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Valeria: The Story Of A LatinX Millennial (Netflix)

Serendipity occurs in all and every which direction. I would know because that’s kind of my thing, my calling, if you will.  Based on a novel’s true story, Netflix’s #Netflix’s,’ #Valeria energetically documents a likewise passionate writer, a young, thirty something latinx millennial through her daily ups, downs, and struggles as a creative working on […]

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Serendipity occurs in all and every which direction. I would know because that’s kind of my thing, my calling, if you will. 

Based on a novel’s true story, Netflix’s #Netflix’s,’ #Valeria energetically documents a likewise passionate writer, a young, thirty something latinx millennial through her daily ups, downs, and struggles as a creative working on a thriller, upon the authentically charming, historically European styled, busily, populously trafficked, multi color blocked streets of a modernly hip, upscale, trendy, richly cultural, festive ‘it’ town, #Madrid, #Spain.

Directly supported by her estranged husband and closely tight knit group of text, social media savvy girlfriends, an exciting journey begins, unfolding with dramatically learnt, experimental, reflective anticipation. A semi united community quietly lingers outside of a six year marriage, happily providing the thought of distractive opportunity.

‘Into The Unknown’ is a clever selling point for this unpredictably fun, guilty pleasure TV series, greatly supporting its unapologetically adventurous, humorous, realistic narrative and wildly artistic, mature, sensible content.

Paying attention to a widely diverse community, subtitles are instantly offered in exchange for the representative occurrence of the functional Spanglish language, not to confuse the viewer, i.e., myself.  

Diligently keeping her eyes on the prize, strongly rejecting a local museum security guard job in order to focus only on one project, the importance of a first draft deadline needed to be sent to a publisher’s house, #workgoals remain at the forefront. Less so is a welcomed, needed social life existent outside of a poorly revolving, normally routined, homebodied lifestyle. 

Independence is a skill that is easily, progressively, convincingly demonstrated on behalf of the light brunette’s actively productive, captivatingly, non stop growing list of familiar, explorative, discover worthy wants and needs.

At the same time, a window of travel comfortably refreshes the mind of an exhaustively patterned, empty #Covid19’ schedule, reminiscent of recent times before the strictness of a worrisome, worldly plagued, dangerous sickness. Mimicking #Valeria, there is no better excuse than to relax binge a couch surfing, passport free series that I highly recommend.

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