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Salir de la zona de confort y hablar un idioma

Paola Di Chio nos cuenta su historia

Hablar otro idioma para mi es abrirse a un mundo que no es él al que estamos acostumbrados. Es tener la capacidad de poder enfrentarse a otra cultura y sobretodo entenderla de una manera más profunda. Permite reconocer y apreciar las diferencias que hay en el panorama multicultural y, muy importante, permite avanzar en tu carrera laboral. Mi acercamiento al idioma tiene una origen “académica” digamos. Empecé a estudiar castellano en la escuela secundaria junto al inglés y al francés y esto hizo crecer en mi la curiosidad de conocer más sobre el mundo español y su cultura hasta que finalmente decidí dejar mi “comfort zone” para volar hacía allí.

Llegué a Barcelona hace tres años para hacer una práctica en una empresa de aquí. En principio tenía pensado quedarme 6 meses y luego volver a mi casa, o a lo mejor cambiarme de ciudad, pero acabé encantada con el estilo de vida de esta increíble ciudad y con lo que tenía para ofrecer. Barcelona es una ciudad cosmopolita, trabajadora, alegre y súper acogedora. Me dio la oportunidad en muy poco tiempo de crearme mi mundillo aquí, conociendo personas de todo el mundo y compartiendo vida y momentos con ellos. En este sentido puedo afirmar que aquí he encontrado mi segunda casa. La dificultad mayor creo que ha sido la Competencia. A pesar de la crisis que, como todos ya sabemos, ha afectado este País (no voy a hablar de esto ahora J) aquí hay bastantes empresas que han resistido y que siguen trabajando a nivel internacional, por lo tanto hay mucho jóvenes bien calificados que intentan entrar en el mercado laboral.

“No me siento extranjero aquí”. Fue la primera sensación que tuve al llegar a España y con el tiempo eso no ha cambiado. El único pequeño obstáculo que encontré fue en el bilingüismo barcelonés: realmente aquí el idioma principal es el Catalán, idioma que en ese entonces desconocía completamente. No fue difícil entenderlo poco a poco (también porque en algo se parece al italiano) y dejar de pensar en ello como si fuera un obstáculo.

Ya no tengo dificultades con el idioma y me siento totalmente integrada, pero es verdad que cada idioma es un mundo y siempre hay algo más que descubrir, aprender y mejorar. Puedo afirmar que aprender castellano haya revolucionado mi vida, es por eso que vivo donde vivo y hago lo que hago ya que la decisión de mudarme a este País dependió del amor hacía su idioma. Por supuesto que sí. En general los que vienen de una formación lingüística lo tienen más fácil, porque aparte del interés y de la motivación, que son el primer empuje para llegar a un aprendizaje profundo, hay que adquirir tu proprio método que ayude a mejorar el “almacenamiento” a la hora de escuchar nuevas palabras. Aprender un segundo idioma es un proceso complejo. Imprescindible es la motivación personal y luego muy importante es crear necesidad comunicativa, es decir viajar, ir allí donde el idioma se habla y ponerse en contacto directo con su cultura y su gente para poder practicar constantemente.

No hay que tener miedo a equivocarse a la hora de hablar con alguien, son los errores que nos ayudan a aprender y por eso creo que siempre es bueno pedir al interlocutor que nos ayude, corrigiéndonos.

20 February, 2018

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  39. Then I set the potted plant in the decorative plant pot.

  40. If you don’t have a shadier spot in your garden, you can transfer your succulents into the house.

  41. They can be nice within the floor in these kind of conditions, but not in pots.

  42. Root rot is triggered when roots die back due to lack of oxygen or the
    overgrowth of soil fungus.

  43. That means, you gained’t be too dissatisfied whenever you click in and assume
    “that’s it?

  44. You can add crushed charcoal to remove the algae constructed
    inside the pot.

  45. When you pour water into the highest of the potting soil, some of it will evaporate from the surface.

  46. Whatever is your selection, make sure the soil permits good airflow.

  47. This way, the air can’t circulate close to the roots
    of the plant, which will eventually die.

  48. The largest drawback that individuals encounter is
    with watering.

  49. Orchids don’t like to be sitting in standing water – this
    is among the main variations between orchids and normal hours crops.

  50. Next, remove the particles, weeds, and leaves, then look at if there’s
    any signal of infestation.

  51. If they’re sitting in water too prolonged, their roots are susceptible to root rot.

  52. In basic, the larger and longer-lived the plant, the broader the basis system.

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  54. These animals find shelter in your flower backyard and
    eat the bugs.

  55. For a long time, I found the best practices for our
    succulents.

  56. Healthy succulent roots shall be white or pink, and a
    plump and glossy.

  57. You can treatment a plant that’s affected by repotting stress,
    but it takes care and time for it to heal.

  58. Set the plant in a bathtub of cool water to rinse
    soil from the roots so you can examine them.

  59. Once it has scabbed over it might have shriveled
    up slightly bit but don’t fret, this is regular.

  60. Allow plants to dry out in between waterings and feel the soil for
    moisture.

  61. Use the small paint brush to brush any potting soil on the
    ledge of the bowl back into the center.

  62. An open succulent glass bowl will be much better than a sealed
    glass terrarium.

  63. And most are very easy to propagate from stem
    cuttings, dividing small crops, and rooting leaves.

  64. Sometimes when you repot a blooming orchid it’ll free it
    blooms as repotting may be stunning to it.

  65. Plus, you have to consider the weight limits of your balcony and the strength of the wind.

  66. Don’t overdo the fertilizer, though — your plants
    don’t need it once they’re not actively growing (in winter), and an excessive amount of can tax
    them.

  67. Areoles are small, spherical, cushion-like mounds of flesh the place spines, hair, leaves,
    flowers, and extra develop from the cactus.

  68. Fuchsia is vulnerable to root rot, so be sure to select a container with adequate
    drainage holes, and use a fast-draining potting soil.

  69. I put a water-proof liner in the bottom and a minimum of midway up the within of the pot and not using a drain gap.

  70. Be positive to utterly cowl the roots in after which press down firmly on the soil to provide your plant loads of help.

  71. For example, indoor growers with much less air circulate may favor a grittier dust to stop parasites.

  72. Gravel’s other purpose is to put some house between the
    soil and the drainage hole.

  73. Growing and raising just about anything will get her very excited.

  74. I’ve personally lined a half inch or so on the bottom of
    my pots earlier than for outdoor and it labored nice.

  75. Maybe you have truly eliminated your succulents by overwatering
    them (far more usual than beneath-watering) which creates
    rot.

  76. Because of this, overwatering is the most typical problem with succulents
    indoors.

  77. I love small tools for small initiatives like this, each indoors & out.

  78. the succulent is already beneath stress from an excessive amount of water and direct daylight merely compounds the issue.

  79. Instead, mound your potting medium up a bit and let plants sit high
    enough that their lowest leaves are at or
    above the rim of the container.

  80. Use previous watering cans, buckets, and low cans for indoor plants or wine bins or
    wooden crates (clearly lined with plastic).

  81. I used these in my botany laboratory for pure ethanol, but they’re useful at your “home lab”
    too!

  82. Your succulent can even die if it sits in too
    much water, so you have to give any excess water within the
    pot a spot to go.

  83. However, there are events the place drilling a niche in your container is subsequent to unimaginable, and that’s where The Charcoal Method comes in.

  84. tea mug (with some crushed rock for water drainage) will definitely function as a planter.

  85. Be sure to consider the peak and narrowness
    of the planter.

  86. Think dry deserts, barren mountainsides with scarcely something however cracks full of weather-worn grit, and naked branches of trees at the edges of jungles.

  87. The pot must be large sufficient to deal with your plant’s root structure.

  88. Many cactus and succulents wish to be especially dry in the winter.

  89. For many many years, gardeners have relied on including rocks in containers to enhance drainage.

  90. Succulents are drought-resistant crops which have fleshy leaves or thickened stems to store water.

  91. Choosing the proper potting soil for planting succulents
    in containers is essential!

  92. Perlite is that white, light-weight rock common in excessive-high quality potting soils.

  93. You each failed to say capillary motion that retains to a lot water within the
    rising medium.

  94. If you need your crops to stay small, scale back watering to a bare
    minimal; or solely spritz or spray to cease the crops from drying out.

  95. Let it drain completely earlier than putting it again into the ceramic pot.

  96. The key to correctly drill drainage holes is using the proper drill bit.

  97. With all kinds of bloom occasions, there’s always
    one thing with colour.

  98. Additionally, the pot itself stays clean; you simply have to slip it from the
    earlier container onto the new one.

  99. If a pot does not include a saucer and it’s deliberate for
    use inside, then a replacement saucer will likely be wanted.

  100. Sempervivums might develop into a good bundle and shut their leaves.

  101. Make notice of any watering directions that come with the plant when you
    buy it.

  102. Your surroundings performs a giant position in terms of how frequent you need to water your succulents.

  103. In addition to using a pot with holes, you also needs to use a pot that is massive enough for the plant.

  104. Another possibility is to use a espresso filter to cover your drainage holes.

  105. Inspect all vegetation for pests and fungus before bringing them house.

  106. If you water too incessantly, the moisture will make the plant’s roots rot.

  107. Unlike typical houseplants, these robust vegetation stash water
    of their leaves or roots, which act like a reservoir to slake
    the plant’s thirst.

  108. Alternately, you’ll be able to shift them outdoors during spring and summer season.

  109. Design – Each Succulent Pot has a drainage gap at the bottom to drain out excess water in addition to hold your plant healthy.

  110. I keep my vegetation outdoor all 12 months long
    and so they get plenty of daylight.

  111. In order to keep your succulents thriving, it isn’t a good suggestion to pressure them to go with
    out water for weeks or months at a time.

  112. To drill a gap in concrete, set the pot on a chunk of scrap wooden.

  113. Since overwatering is such a hazard to your indoor plants, it’s essential that they be potted in a lightweight,
    airy, sterilized potting mix.

  114. So after jump over to this web-web site , round 5 days, examine how
    the pot weighs again.

  115. This organic mix from Hoffman is professionally formulated for use with a
    wide range of succulents, together with cacti.

  116. Pothos crops and their heart-shaped leaves practically thrive on neglect,
    especially in low-lit and humid circumstances.

  117. The comfort of containers makes it attainable for owners and condo dwellers to hitch the enjoyable,
    too.

  118. What this implies is that they’re a number of the crops which might be straightforward to propagate.

  119. It isn’t hardy under zone 9, but you’ll
    be able to bring it indoors for the winter.

  120. I like Pro-combine, and will normally amend with additional vermiculite.

  121. Underwatered succulents are likely to grow little or no, which is an effective factor because they don’t outgrow the container.

  122. Some like shade, some filtered light, some sun, and some blasting solar.

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  124. They tend to be too organic and nonetheless don’t
    drain fast enough.

  125. I reside in coastal Florida, where we now have no shortage of humidity!

  126. About 60% nonorganic and forty% natural materials is what provides good drainage and permanence,” says Jesch.

  127. If the soil holds an excessive amount of moisture for too prolonged,
    the plant’s roots will most likely rot.

  128. The following waterings then get the water to penetrate the soil
    ball and moisten the complete basket.

  129. After planting your succulents into a coarse soil that’s good for drainage and aeration, you only need to water them as soon as the soil turns
    into dry.

  130. The spiky dudleya on this planter can stand up to a little neglect and
    stay perky.

  131. This means water might accumulate within the
    soil, which can trigger root rot in plants like Ranunculus.

  132. PlantVine sells oleander shrubs in a wide range of sizes and ship their shrubs in a planter rather
    than with bare roots.

  133. A little dressing of sluggish-launch fertiliser is perfect and add some
    gravel, just to throw the crops into aid.

  134. If it is inconceivable to drill holes in your container, strive using it as
    a decorative pot in a “double potting” system.

  135. Plus, you’ll likewise get a 12 ″ pot, 2 gallons
    of succulent filth, and in addition a number one clothes to pick out them.

  136. Don’t fertilise them a lot as a result of they may lose colour.

  137. The proper soil is a huge part of successfully watering your succulents.

  138. Thus, as a grower, your job is to offer your
    succulents nutrients together with a great source of oxygen.

  139. Obviously we love vegetation here, but they are not kittens.

  140. With a pencil or your finger, remove as much as one third of
    the unique potting mixture from throughout the rootball, gently teasing it free.

  141. Discard all contaminated supplies, and disinfect the devices and
    work space.

  142. But the soil might be touching the gravel anyway, and can tend to seep in between the rocks over time.

  143. If you increase the depth to 60 cm, you may attain the depth of a double dug garden.

  144. If you need flowers to seem on your peace lily plant, transfer your plant to a darker room.

  145. You can turn this right into a grade A soil by mixing it with an equal
    volume of mineral materials.

  146. Terracotta is nice for rising cactus and succulents or should you tend
    to overwater your crops.

  147. Another method is to shove a rock into the filth
    and verify to see if it’s still damp beneath the rock earlier than you water.

  148. I love plants, too, so I’m going to have to provide this a try–I
    like power instruments.

  149. The crops may need been within the pots for a yr or more.

  150. You can add a liner to the decorative pot and some drainage materials.

  151. Pots and planters are available in many alternative sizes, shapes, and materials.

  152. Go with holes and transplant them, do not drill into your roots.

  153. I would beg to vary, because I had fairly a killer streak of
    maintaining succulents alive in my home.

  154. All of those vegetation choose intervals of dryness before their next
    drink of water.

  155. Remember that when you water with exhausting water, a build-up
    of minerals exterior of unglazed clay pots can create undesirable deposits to develop.

  156. In my experience, window screen and mesh tape haven’t blocked the flow of water while maintaining the soil contained in the pot.

  157. When first studying how to pot succulents,
    you will notice how shallow and brittle their roots
    are.

  158. Check with your native The Home Depot hardware associate for more info.

  159. Drop a couple of marbles or packing peanuts within the bottom of
    it so the smaller pot does not sit within the water.

  160. I keep my plants outdoor all 12 months lengthy and
    so they get loads of sunlight.

  161. Some of them carry large, damp chunks of wood that holds onto moisture.

  162. When water sits on the backside of the pot, it fills up area
    between the soil particles the place air ought to be, depriving roots of necessary oxygen.

  163. It’s straightforward to confuse the indicators with overwatering, as a result of in both cases the plant might drop its leaves.

  164. The main concern, though, is that extra water can create root rot and kill your succulent.

  165. The terrarium, for example, has no bottom drainage, but many vegetation thrive in that environment.

  166. They are additionally very lightweight, which makes them an excellent choice when you wish to re-arrange
    your gardens.

  167. A great deal of instances the filth succulents are planted
    in just isn’t glorious for long-term development.

  168. What I like about this succulent soil is that it’s quick draining.

  169. DOconsider using a smaller pot which can dry out more
    quickly.

  170. Water the container solely enough to moist the highest inch (2.5 cm) of soil.

  171. It is a lot better to make use of a pot with
    a detachable saucer.

  172. Rather than feeling agency, they look and feel delicate and squishy.

  173. You might need to verify your vegetation twice a day to see if they need
    water.

  174. If you might be rising annual vegetables, that are hard to transplant, select
    containers by which they will attain their full measurement that season.

  175. This allows the fertilizer to slowly make its
    way down via the rising bed because the vegetation develop.

  176. As your succulent starts to grow up a bit, a number of
    the decrease leaves will die.

  177. The manager was truly very nice but he stated it’s against their
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  178. The extra humid it is, the much less usually you’ll need
    to water them.

  179. Planting a succulent in a bowl is slightly extra difficult than planting it in a correct plant pot.

  180. Examine the roots and prune back people who have died, look diseased or have wrapped, or girdled, themselves around the trunk and
    main roots.

  181. I actually have seen a lot of lovely containers that can be repurposed to succulent pots, nevertheless,
    most of them don’t have a drainage hole.

  182. With the exception of a few aquatic crops, plant roots don’t like to sit in water.

  183. Make no less than four holes in the liner or small container if it would not have them.

  184. For a long time, I found the best practices for our succulents.

  185. The salt deposits could be scrubbed off if their appearance offends.

  186. Pictured above is a Sansevieria, which is somewhat trickier in no-drainage,
    nonetheless attainable with the entire issues on this submit.

  187. Water when the potting medium dries out completely, not on a scheduled foundation.

  188. On the opposite hand, if the succulents are overwatered, in most cases, they’re difficult if not unimaginable to revive.

  189. Instead, forestall soil from washing out by putting a
    layer of paper towel or newspaper over the holes before including mix.

  190. During the “drought” between watering, the succulent
    will start to grow new roots, trying to find extra water.

  191. Possibilities include crushed aluminum cans, plastic
    milk jugs, plastic water bottles, plastic soda pop bottles and crunched, empty potting soil and soil modification luggage.

  192. Feel how heavy it’s instantly after watering thoroughly.

  193. A lining of netting, window screening, or one other thin, permeable material will hold
    the soil in.

  194. Work shortly, so that you don’t expose the roots
    to the air any longer than is absolutely essential.

  195. As individual crops begin to decline, rotate
    them back to a higher-light nursery.

  196. You’ll by no means be capable of water properly with out drainage holes.

  197. That if you are using a pot with out drainage, you must use a plastic
    pot with holes after which put that within the ornamental pot.

  198. At finest, they supply no additional benefit to the plant itself
    and at worst, it permits for water to take
    a seat and stagnate beneath the plant.

  199. It prefers damp soil and may even tolerate poor drainage.

  200. Then I’ll show you exactly how to repot houseplants step-by-step.

  201. The key to correctly drill drainage holes is using the correct
    drill bit.

  202. I name this answer the layering method as you basically need to create draining layers contained in the
    pot without drainage holes.

  203. I had no thought where to start out drilling holes in containers.

  204. “You can order them on-line or purchase them
    from a backyard middle,” she says.

  205. These enable excess water to run through and promotes better air circulation.

  206. Avoid using topsoil or compost that has not been sterilized.

  207. Double potting helps overcome the issue of
    no drainage holes in a planter.

  208. The porosity of clay permits air and moisture to penetrate the edges
    of the pot.

  209. This will be a thinner layer than the primary, allowing the
    tops of the rocks to show by way of.

  210. Slowly add water until there may be water working from the
    drainage gap.

  211. Arrange a mixture of supplies to get one of the best fit of
    the filler within the box.

  212. Chinese hibiscus (Hibiscusrosa-sinensis) can reach around 10 toes tall
    while rose of Sharon (Hibiscussyriacus) can push 12 ft.

  213. To enhance drainage, add compost to your soil and mix properly earlier than planting.

  214. These are supposed to be decorative and shouldn’t be
    planted instantly into.

  215. Adequate air movement, when coupled with good lighting, attracts moisture
    out of the leaves via evapotranspiration and
    the soil via evaporation.

  216. Adding a layer of rocks may be carried out to a
    non-draining pot as well as one with holes.

  217. Don’t let soil in containers dry out utterly, as it is hard to rewet.

  218. But since succulents don’t like sitting in water for long periods, they prefer to be grown in a free-draining pot to thrive.

  219. Before doing anything drastic like repotting the
    plant, check the drainage holes to see if they’ve turn out to be blocked by
    any type of construct-up.

  220. See the part titled “How To Repot A Large Plant” above for details.

  221. Repotting is useful, and an important a part of rising houseplants
    that are healthy and joyful.

  222. The time period “dwarf” merely means it is sluggish growing,
    but the tree can reach 12 feet or taller.

  223. It saves you a visit to the grocery retailer, and it
    is a great way to put your inexperienced thumb to work.

  224. this sq. tall planter brings magnificence to each doorway, patio, deck, yard
    scene, the chances are .

  225. Establish a constant watering schedule and typically skip 1-2
    days of watering to encourage a sturdy root system.

  226. Once you learn how to water succulents in pots with out drainage, they can grow in there for a very long
    time.

  227. They naturally live in a jungle environment, often occasions on a tree, with free-flowing water.

  228. If there are excess roots, they are often seen on the underside of the soil.

  229. Mast solely is paid when the crops cross the checkout line.

  230. They are also very lightweight, which makes them an excellent selection when you prefer to re-organize your gardens.

  231. All 5 are in glass containers with gravel on the underside.

  232. I have additionally one about 21 CM diameter ceramic pot with
    out gap.

  233. Choose a pot with good drainage, as boxwoods can undergo from root rot.

  234. After watering, if you take the pot to the sink and tip it over barely, the straw enables the excess water
    to circulate out.

  235. I even have minimize off the useless dry stem and truly
    removed the plant from the inner pot to let it dry
    out.

  236. The normal temperatures we preserve inside our properties
    are just nice for many houseplants.

  237. If you love a tropical look, princess flower—also called purple glory flower—is a beautiful evergreen shrub with
    stunning purple flowers.

  238. Like with other succulents, cacti only want some coarse and aerated soil,
    direct daylight and minimal water to thrive.

  239. Your plant isn’t planted in gravel, it’s planted in soil.

  240. But in case your plant goes to be outside the place it
    can get rained on, a pot that drains properly is finest.

  241. However, when you choose this option it’s key to be sure to fastidiously monitor how much
    you water your plant.

  242. They were in this container for about two years or so.

  243. Cast concrete is lengthy-lasting and comes in a variety of
    sizes and types.

  244. At this level, you’ll be able to a spot the foundation ball into the pot after which add the
    appropriate quantity of potting soil.

  245. Replace the soil (which shall be compacted anyway) a minimum of annually to
    prevent the buildup of those toxins.

  246. Also, isn’t inserting a pot on prime of gravel actually the equivalent factor as placing gravel throughout the bottom of the pot?

  247. Lift the plant in the liner from the bigger container and dump the excess water.

  248. Plastic pots are lighter, much less prone to
    break, and simpler to scrub.

  249. So after a few days, round 5 days, check how the pot weighs once more.

  250. However, when the height of a container is brief — like
    my algae-laden seedling flats — wicking dominates gravity.

  251. Add a layer of soil that’s applicable for the plant species you are planting.

  252. Plants that have to dry out like thick-leaved cactus
    and succulents do not normally warrant the extra cost of a self-watering container.

  253. Newly repotted home crops ought to be kept out of shiny solar for a week or
    two.

  254. The roots sit in excess water and progressively rot, taking away the plants capability to soak up
    nutrients and moisture.

  255. If you do not have a large syringe or watering bottle, you may
    also use a measuring cup.

  256. If it’s a thick-bodied plant like a cactus, you would possibly be capable of just carve out the rot.

  257. Afternoon shade will reduce the amount of moisture
    crops need.

  258. When soil is damp for too long, it prevents any air from attending
    to the roots.

  259. Consider planting annual flowers in order to clear
    the pot at the finish of the season and examine
    the situation of the Styrofoam with out having to disturb a perennial
    plant every time.

  260. We counsel including a handful of small stones, sand or charcoal to the
    bottom of the planter.

  261. Some controversy exists over whether picket planters
    should be coated with a chemical sealer or wooden preservative to extend their life.

  262. Yucca crops are about as hardy as you will get, and the newer cultivars
    are pretty sufficient to be the focal point of a container backyard.

  263. In truth, over watering will kill your succulent much faster than beneath watering it.

  264. These containers techniques are self-regulating, delivering water as it’s utilized by the plants.

  265. Speaking of soil, by no means use cheap topsoil blends, and never use garden soil
    in containers because it is heavy, moist and poor
    draining.

  266. Apply water until some runs out of the pot’s drainage holes
    and into the saucer beneath.

  267. If it doesn’t, you might have to unpot the plant, rinse the old potting combine away,
    and give it a recent begin with new potting combine.

  268. Placing a bit of fantastic plastic mesh over the planter’s drainage gap will help hold soil from washing out and gained’t hinder water drainage.

  269. However, plants that require a lot of drainage, can really restrict you in your
    choice of decorative pot.

  270. Unfortunately, the only factor that rocks will increase is the pressure on your back.

  271. Snap a pic of your succulents and show us on Facebook or Instagram with hashtag #TheChic.

  272. Don’t fill pots stage to the top with soil combination — leave area for watering.

  273. More crops are killed with a ‘cup of kindness’
    rather than a good lengthy drink of water.

  274. Put a layer of rocks, pebbles, stones, or pumice
    at the bottom of the pot evenly.

  275. It’s water so you may get algae development, but when there’s no gentle, then it will
    not.

  276. Research your plant’s needs for gentle, water and fertilization.

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