is a blog for students and curious people of all ages

Hello, welcome to Curiositopia, a space born from my passion for learning and the desire to share knowledge with you. I’m Gabriela, homeschooler mom and author of this blog, created especially to fuel your curiosity and motivate you to explore more of this vast world we live in.

In Curiositopia, we dive into intriguing and fascinating topics, sometimes mysterious, that will surely awaken your interest and raise many questions. Each publication you find here is the result of a thorough research done by me, using reliable internet sources and carefully selected books from my own library.

My goal is to provide you with valuable and accurate information that you can use in your studies and in your quest for continuous learning. For this reason, some articles are written in a simple question-and-answer format, so that you can easily find what you are looking for. Other articles are written in a slightly longer format, with accurate data and cited sources.

If you want to do more research, enter your search in the search engine and you will find the result you need.

I invite you to visit all the sections of the blog, and I highly recommend the “Myths and Legends”, “History” and “Science” sections, where I publish updated and unique content on very interesting topics.

I dedicated a very special section of my blog, we’re diving headfirst into the heartwarming world of acknowledgment. We’re all about celebrating the power of gratitude and fostering a culture where saying ‘thanks’ is not just a formality, but a genuine expression of appreciation.

Keep exploring and feeding your curiosity and thirst for knowledge at Curiositopia!

Who writes Curiositopia?

Hi, thanks for making it this far. My name is Gabriela, I’m a homeschooler mom and I decided to start a blog that is useful for students and people looking to quench their thirst for knowledge.

Every post I publish is carefully researched by me, with reliable sources on the internet and reference books that I have in my library.

Besides being a homeschooler mom, I’m also studying at the University, it’s a dream I want to fulfill although I’m going at a slow pace with my degree in Journalism and New Media.