I talked with Elizabeth Eulberg about her new book “We Can Work It Out” (Mucho más que un Club de Chicas), she writes about love and give us some valuable tips.
Phrase: “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined”, Thoreau.
Favorite food: Macaroni and cheese
Videogame: Ms. Pac-Man (I’m old school)
Resting place: The chaise in my apartment that has a view of the Manhattan skyline.
Happy moment: Finishing a draft of my next book
Place of inspiration: The New York City waterfront
Favorite music: The Beatles
Favorite social network: Instagram (I’m @ElizabethEulberg)
Your first thought of the day: Make it a good one!
An author you like: Jane Austen
Candy or sweet: cupcakes
Favorite country: Ireland (although I do love Mexico!)
You don’t travel without: Music (even if it’s just walking a couple blocks)
In 10 years you wish: To still be writing books full-time
What do you think about your book?: I always try to write the best book that I can and hope people enjoy it!
In which moment love stepped into your life and inspired you to write?
I’ve always told myself stories as a kid, it wasn’t until a friend encouraged me to write that I decided to sit down and try. I’m so grateful I did, this has been such a dream come true to be able to write for a living!
Three advices for the ones that seek out to fell in love and another three for the ones that don’t seek out to fell in love or have doubts if relationships work.
For love: Be open to meet someone who might not fit within your expectations
Never settle for someone who doesn’t make you truly happy
Be true to yourself and don’t change who you are simply to please another person
For those with doubts
Have faith that you’ll eventually find the right person
Remember that you don’t need a boyfriend/girlfriend to be happy
Focus on things you can control: like having an amazing circle of friends