Almost every day I am asked interesting questions from all over the world and I thought I would start sharing my responses to them, along with travel related giveaways. I love questions, thus please feel free to ask me anything in the comments or send me a private message if you prefer.
Q76. What is the one thing you are scared of about pregnancy/being a Mom?
Q76. Can I list a hundred things? Seriously, I have never ever been a worrier until I became pregnant. Everything worries me now! However, if I had to choose one thing that is constantly on my mind it is managing my careers as a Mom. My son or daughter will always come first, but I have worked my butt off over the last decade to grow three successful businesses all of which are run by myself. I have no idea how I am going to give them the time and attention they need with a newborn? Thankfully, my husband and family are willing to help me in any way they possibly can. I plan to take life one day at a time when my baby is born.
Q77. Where is your next trip?
A77. As you read this I am in the car headed to Washington, D.C. with my husband and Mom. He has to renew his Argentinean passport at the Argentina Embassy. Since it is Lucas’ first time in DC, we plan to stay a few days to explore the area. This will be Baby Ledesma’s third trip!
Q78. Do you think you will ever travel without your baby?
A78. Yes, but only when absolutely necessary. I want to show him or her the world.
Q79. What are three countries that are completely underrated in your opinion?
A79. Bolivia, Bermuda, and Nicaragua. If they are not on your Bucket List, put them all on there now.
Q80. Do you know if you are having a girl or a boy?
A80. We do! We found out when I was 15 weeks (I am 17+ weeks now). I plan to reveal the gender in a special way in the next couple of weeks.
Recently, I have discovered lenshare, a new iPhone App I wanted to share with all of you, as I think it is a very useful tool for adventurous travelers. With lenshare you will be able to capture moments in a unique way, because it combines photos, sounds, and text to create beautiful stories. Now instead of sharing mere snapshots, you can bring along your friends and family to experience what is happening around you, since lenshare will allow them to see, hear, and comment on it without physically being there. You will be able to record up to twelve seconds of sound per image capture. Try recording the sound of the waves gently lapping the shore on your next trip to the beach or narrating the achievement as you successfully ascend to the peak of a mountain. Moreover, since all photos are saved in print quality in the cloud you can re-live the experience any time, making you feel as if you were there again. Finally, I really like the fact that moments are private by default and only those you choose to invite will be able to see them and comment, directly addressing the issue of ownership associated with other social networks. As they like to put it, “Moments belong to each user and we or any other social networks don’t have any ownership over them”.
Download lenshare for your next travel and start sharing moments! Here is what my lenshare would have looked like if I had used it on my recent trip to the Turks and Caicos:
So that you can lenshare you next adventure wherever you go, I am offering a chance to win a free two week Tep Wireless rental with 150MB/day. The average smartphone user uses around 50MB/day, thus it is quite a substantial amount of data. You can find out more information about this awesome product here.