1964 – I am born on a beautiful hot night in the summertime.
1981– I complete a level two professional teaching qualification.
1982 – I complete specialization for teaching pre-school children.
1985 – I graduate in Artistic Education at the University of Mogi das Cruzes. I begin working as an amateur theatre actress and carry on for 10 years.
1986 – I complete a course in Fine Arts. While pursuing my university studies I also work as a teacher in several schools teaching children from primary to high school level.
1987 – I complete a radio presenter course at the Escola Rádio Oficina, in São Paulo. At the same time I also attend a painting course by the Dutch painter Antonius Josephus Maria van de Wiel and take part in a number of exhibitions.
1989 – I become regional judo champion at the Bunkio Club in Mogi das Cruzes.
1990 – I finish a Media course in Publicity and Advertising at the University of Mogi das Cruzes.
1996 – I win first prize in the nation-wide travel diary competition of the Turismo Brasil Service Magazine.
1997 – I move to Berlin.
1999 – I move to Pamplona in Navarre, Spain. During the time I spend in Spain, I get 7th place in a short story competition. Some of my photos are selected as some of the best in a photography competition and later are used in advertising. Also during my time in Spain, I own and run a restaurant and cafeteria where I delight my customers with some of my own gastronomic creations.
2006 – I move to Dafins in Vorarlberg, Austria.
2007 – I start my own blog, ‘The Adventures of a Housewife’, where, when I can, I post recipes and write a little about what life is like here in Austria, about art and about a few other subjects.
2008 – One of my recipes is chosen as one of the best in the Vorarlberg region by the Kuchen & Torten Magazine sponsored by Vorarlberger Nachrichten.
2009 – I publish my first book, ‘Mozart in the Future’.