2018/08/16
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You’ve Got to Do Right Woman

The Queen of Soul has left this world. Aretha Franklin, the original Do Right Woman, has died from pancreatic cancer earlier this morning at 9:50 a.m. […]
2018/08/07
Latinas in business, Fashion, jewelry, Touchstone Crystal, Swarovski, Head of Latina Development, Graciela Balmori

Touchstone Crystal Names Graciela Balmori Head of Latina Development

As a woman who loves fashion, one of my favorite things is jewelry. While clothes allow me to express my personality, beautiful accessories have always had […]
2018/07/16
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Sometimes the Most Important Things to be Said Don’t Require Words

Disclosure: This moment of nostalgia sponsored by Milk Life Lo Que Nos Hace Fuertes. All memories and opinions of my grandfather/ abuelito are my own. Growing […]
2018/06/20
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Zero Tolerance for Immigrants IS Zero Tolerance for Humanity

Zero tolerance for humanity, this is the America our President wants us to live in. A world where we dehumanize entire races and refer to them […]
2018/06/01
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All the Heart Health Benefits of Fresh Avocado

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Aguacates Frescos – Saborea Uno Hoy® but all opinions and love for the avocado are my own. Have you ever […]
2018/01/08
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How Disney’s Coco got Mexican Culture Right

Yesterday, we finally saw Disney Pixar’s Coco and, as a Mexican, it exceeded my expectations in every way. Disney got this movie 100% right from the […]
2018/01/05
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Without Technology My Dreams Would Be Impossible

I told you all about my word of the year but it’s more than just words and visions, it’s hopes, dreams and goals all pursued with […]
2017/09/11
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How Loss Puts Life in Perspective

It’s been a week of life perspective and reevaluation; loss does that to you. My Aunt Erma died a week ago today. I haven’t been able […]
2017/07/28
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Soccer Moms Got Nothing on Me

Disclosure: This is a sponsored collaboration with Target but all opinions and the love of soccer are my own. Chiquitibum a la bim bom ba, chiquitiboom […]