I’m 31 and already worried about the little time I have left in this world. I worry about what I will leave as a legacy, how and if people will remember me, what I’m going to be when I grow up and how can I become better and better and better. I want to be a better mother, a better friend, a better writer, a better professional, a better daughter.

At home:

I mother Noah. I read books, mostly non-fiction nowadays. I listen to podcasts. I adore going to the movies, although I don’t watch much movies at home (I don’t like nor watch TV). I listen to jazz quite a lot. I try to learn something new every day. It’s so good – you should try it! I play a little bit of piano, I suck at the guitar and I love to sing. I used to write music and poetry.

At work:

I work at a University-funded startup incubator as a marketing consultant, helping new companies to find out who their clients are and if they’re really interested in their products. I’m not an expert at anything in particular, but I read a lot and talk to a lot of smart people, so I have some good content inside me and I put it to good use. I’m a professional top-class bad-ass learner. I’m also a volunteer translator for TED.

At school:

I study for a Specialization in Big Data. I study for a Master’s Degree in Science, Technology and Innovation.

I work and study at UFRN.

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Did I mention I’m Brazilian?