What my cross-country move has taught me…so far

BeckyBoricua

Becky is a social media strategist, a key influencer in the Latin Music Industry, as well as a bilingual content creator who along with her blog, Becky Boricua, has been featured on the sites of Latina Magazine, Glamour Magazine and Vera Wang just to name a few. She has also covered several high profile events such as the Latin GRAMMYs, Premio Lo Nuestro, and the Latin American Music Awards. Becky also currently works with Latin Urban Artist Yandel as part of his social media promotions team and has been working with him since his duo days with Wisin. Becky is of Puerto Rican and Mexican descent and grew up in Los Angeles but currently resides in Miami where she offers Social Media Services as part of her business.

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8 Responses

  1. Karla says:

    One thing I learned that on the things we seen bad we should get the good out of it. We should think that changes are for good. I know God as a purpose for everything. Sometimes we ask God for things and want a quick response. God knows when & how to make it happen. If it’s meant to be he will give it to us. I’m happy that you found what you love. God will keep blessing you with everything you do!!! 🙂

  2. Irma says:

    This is such an inspiring post!! Just like you I’m the one not take risks because I overthink way too much which leads me to be scared. However, I am the one who encourages people to make a change and take risks. Lol I learned in this post that it’s never too late, never too late! So happy everything has worked out for you Becky! Ecitoooo. Xoxo.

    • BeckyBoricua says:

      Never too late. Take the risk because most of the times, it will make you happier than you’ve ever been. Living life with no regrets is my motto now. Thank you!

  3. Ana G. Veguilla Cruz says:

    God Bless you, Come to Cayey!!!

  4. Very inspired and proud of you for taking such a big step in life. It’s definitely scary to make a move cross country, but when it’s in your heart it’s meant to be! Thanks for sharing your story!

    • BeckyBoricua says:

      It is scary but my passion was bigger than my fear. Always follow your heart. Thank you!

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