Thank you, 2016

Happy New Year, friends!

2016 was so far an incredible year for me and one of the most productive, fun and simply dreamy 365 days I won't be able to forget easily.

 I'll include all the up's and down's, the long nights with my newborn baby during my mat leave, all the yummy food I had the chance to try, the new friends I made, the opportunity I had to create content that I enjoy like crazy, the growth I saw in this tiny community that I LOVE and all the rewarding "instagram-worthy"moments I lived, I'll take with no doubts, another round of 2016 again. 

I truly want to thank you each of you, for continuing to read this blog, for giving a simple like on Instagram or even a hug when I have met you, you are my inspiration and I can't wait to see what 2017 holds for Hey Maca.

To say bye to 2016 and welcome a new fresh start in 2017, I did a list of some resolutions I hope to achieve before the end of the year. 
  • Be merry, most of the time
  • Grow this community, create more content and enjoy Montreal even more
  • Cook new recipes every month
  • Enjoy more time with Nico and Olivia 
  • Make more time for blogging and visiting new places in the city
  • Travel, travel, travel
  • Have more walks, even if it's -30 outside
  • Finish a photography course and actually learn something
  • Eat less carbs (ha!)
  • Have more time to craft and wine with girlfriends
  • Live up more

As a gift, you can download for free my holiday gift-wrapping designs (even If I'm a bit late in the game) here and print them in the size you want (: these amazing designs are from Andrea Mendez, a super talented illustrator living in Venezuela - see all her work on instagram and her blog.




  1. This. hands down. is the my favorite post ever! That skirt is perfect and I can not take that pretty wall! beautiful as always mama!!

    xo Dani

  2. Amo el look! y amo las resoluciones, me encanta que tenemos el mismo problema con el tiempo, todo lo que necesitamos en la vida, es mas tiempo. I love you!

  3. In love with this outfit and all your resolutions!

  4. The work of Albert Einstein and the thoughts of Stephen Hawking contrast with regards to the even hypothetical conceivable outcomes of time travel to the past.Travel & Hospitality


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