Are we home yet podcast VIDEO interview in Medellín: UK girl Dionne , on being a relationship coach in Mexico, and joy in Spanish
Episode 3716th August 2022 • EXPAT CONSULTING PODCAST • Jalila Clarke
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If you're looking for an inspiring story of someone who has taken the plunge and moved to a foreign country, then look no further than Dionne. This UK girl has been living in Mexico, but before that, she left the UK for Thailand when she was 18 years old, and in that time has worked in the field wellness coach, become a relationship and intimacy coach, worked on boats, had ups and downs, and been an all-around amazing person.

In the first video interview of the Are we home yet? podcast from Medellín, Dionne discusses her journey of self-discovery and how moving to Mexico has made her happier than ever. Tune in to hear her thoughts on love, joy, and the best decision she's ever made by moving to Mexico!

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Joy in Spanish

Joy is not only a value but also a feeling. The joy of life comes in different shades and sizes and sounds. In Spanish, the word for joy is "alegría." This word encapsulates the idea of joy as being something light, happy, and full of life. And that's exactly what joy is: light, happy, and full of life. It's what makes us feel alive. It's what fills us up when we're empty. Whenever we experience joy, we should cherish it and hold it close to our hearts. Because joy is what makes life worth living.

Joy is a universal emotion, but it can be expressed in many different ways.

How to say joy in Spanish? Well, in Spanish, there are multiple words for joy, each with its own nuances. For example, the word alegría generally refers to a more general feeling of happiness, while the word gozo is often used to describe joy that is spiritually uplifting.  Similarly, the word contentamiento can be used to describe a sense of contentment or satisfaction, while the word júbilo is typically used to describe a more intense feeling of joy or elation. By understanding these different words, speakers of Spanish can more accurately express their innermost emotions. As a result, joy can be experienced more fully and deeply.

Joy in Spanish language is an important part of the language. It is one of the first things you learn when you start to study the language. joy in Spanish can be used in many different ways. It can be used to express happiness, love, or even excitement. When you are learning joy in Spanish, it is important to pay attention to the context in which it is used. This will help you to understand when and how to use it properly. joy in Spanish is a beautiful way to express yourself and your emotions. With a little practice, you will be able to use it effortlessly in your everyday conversations.

Dionne has learned and continues to learn about joy in Spanish, from all of her experiences while living in Mexico, Dionne has developed a profound appreciation for joy in the place she calls home for now, and it's a beautiful thing to hear her talk about it.

If you want to know more insider knowledge about life in Mexico, being a relationship coach, and fascinating life of Dionne, tune in to episode 37 of the Are We Home Yet podcast and hear and watch my first-ever video episode!

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