I’m Yasmin from a beautiful Spanish city near the Mediterranean sea, Barcelona. I’ve had the luck of human living for 25 years. I’m a purple sunset seeking, positive being, yoga admiring, food loving and travel enthusiast!
Since a child I’ve always been enamored about the features of restaurants: decoration, service, plate presentation, taste and ambiance.
Studying in an American school system taught me about the benefits of organization, leadership and motivation skills to achieve a thought, passion or dream. Also, about having a clear systematic image in my mind to not omit anything.
From there I graduated with an International Baccalaureate in 2013 where I moved on to study dental medicine in Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Through dental school, I learned how to study a huge amount of information and to be able to change my patient’s life by doing simple or challenging treatments. All of this made grow as a person.
I graduated from dental school in July 2018 and I worked for an entire year as a general dentist and then moved to New York University to specialise in an advanced program in Comprehensive dentistry. The combination of the city and the post graduate program made me a more independent, confident and fast paced person. I met people from all over the world and I was able to try a vast selection of cuisines. There I started a personal food blog sharing my own recipes, restaurants and travelling tips.
From there COVID-19 came along and I returned home, Barcelona, and continued my studies remotely. It was difficult and confusing to understand how my experience in New York came to an end due the pandemic situation. However, I was happy to reunite with my family and elementary school friends.
And watch sunsets in Barcelona.
And travel to the Balearic Islands with caution.
Escape to Montserrat to hike.
And travel to my favorite summer city: Beirut.
After some months, I was accepted to begin a Master in Orthodontics and dentofacial Orthopedics in Madrid. I moved here this last Halloween 2020 and I’m loving the city.
Visited a modern art museum: IKONO Madrid.
Ate delicious breakfast.
Bought flowers from the cutest market in the street of Fernando VI.
And woke up with a huge magical snow covering Madrid entirely.
Enjoy the reading!
Ps. I’m publishing really soon my cooking book that I’ve been working on for the past year 🙂 .