Isidora Ureta had a complicated childhood due to the death of her mother at a young age, although her special smile and kindness were always there. This time in the middle of Corona Sunrise, where the new Corona Zero Beer was launched, ‘Tita’ took the time to talk to As Chile about her present, work and personal, and of course, never reject her great hobbies: surfing. and sports in general.
The 31-year-old journalist is currently fully focused on television, with “La Ruta del Agua” and “Ruta Verde.” The two Mega programs keep him busy, but at the same time happy. “I am very happy, because in La Ruta del Agua, which is broadcast every Saturday, we did very well and the same with Ruta Verde. The latter is a program that takes place at night with Eliseo Salazar, but even that is very late , in the whole issue of reality shows, there are many people who stay on TV at night and it has a good reception, ” he said..
– Are you satisfied with the programs you have done recently?
– Yes, the truth is that I fill myself with energy and I am very happy to know the stories of life, that is what moves me and shakes me. Communicating for me is learning from others, from what happened to them. I connect that, to the lives of Chileans in each of the programs. It fills my heart and makes my work my passion and I enjoy it more.
– With all these projects, there should be little time left for sports. When do you have time for that?
– It’s difficult for me to make work compatible with sport, it’s like episodes. What I mostly do now is I watch YouTube tutorials and I do it anytime. There are some who say 15 minutes of exercise and I do it, even a little bit, which activates me and heals me.
– Is surfing and sports in general still your big passion?
– Surfing in my life is my connection to my roots and the sport is what makes me alive, healthy and connects me to my essence. As I told you, I have little time now, sometimes I don’t do sports then I ask why I stopped. It costs a lot, but you should do it because the satisfaction is unbelievable.
-How to feed ‘Tita’ Ureta? Do you have a special diet?
– I signed, I don’t take care of myself, I don’t lie, I eat everything, all the time. These days I eat less bread, but generally I eat seafood, meat, fish, whatever my body asks me to eat.
The intimate journey of Isidora Ureta’s family and her goals in life
-How was the trip you just took with your father?
– My dad and I were looking at a beach and he said to me: ‘Look, divide this beach into five, I’m in the last fifth of life, so let’s enjoy it, let’s have fun .’ And I took that seriously and we went on vacation to Costa Rica. He enjoyed the zunga, he took a bath and the most important thing was that we were able to share by ourselves.
– How important is this relationship in your life?
– You need to spend time sharing with parents and interacting with them. That call, that I love you, is very important and people identify with my relationship with my father. Many people wrote to me. ‘Hey, I lost my dad when I was 17, he’s precious, take care of him.’ Finally, showing and making transparent the relationship I have made many people question how they are with their loved ones and I love that people enjoy their father as much as I do.
– Recently, in an interview you said that you want to live as if every day is your last. Did you achieve it?
– The truth is that yes, I live it to the extreme. People tell me I have chili in my pot (laughs), how I have so much energy to move and teleport to so many places. The truth is that I enjoy it, I think I have a lot of energy and once you’re on top of the ball, you can’t get out after that. I like to wake up in one place, then leave for another, I have such vitality and youth, I have to take advantage of it because I am lucky to have this job.