Better Spanish phrase for "recently" or "lately"?
What are some good Spanish phrases to convey the idea of "recently" or "lately"? I needed such a phrase, well, recently, and I felt like there was a Spanish phrase for in on the tip of my tongue (that's a good English idiom for you!). However, all I could think of was "recientemente" which got the point across, but was just a boring cognate. Otras ideas?