2018/01/08
How Disney Pixar Coco got Mexican Culture Right, Coco, Disney Pixar, Mexico, Why Coco is culturally relevant, What Coco is really about, Dia de los Muertos, Day of the dead

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
At&T,dreams, Walt Disney World, HIspanic Research, New Year's Resolutions

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
alone, loss, life perspective

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
Chicago, family, soccer, MLS, All Star Game, Major League Soccer, Target, Youth Soccer

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 […]
2017/06/26
Cirque du Soleil, Luzia, Chicago, Mexico, Waking Dream

Cirque du Soleil’s LUZIA~ A Vibrant Waking Dream of Mexico Giveaway

Have you heard of Cirque du Soleil’s latest touring show, LUZIA? If you are a long time reader of The TRUTH, you are fully aware that […]
2017/05/25
date my dad, uptv, barry watson, family tv

Date My Dad is a Refreshing New Take on the Modern Family

I watch a lot of television so when I was asked to screen Date My Date and have the opportunity to interview Barry Watson, I was […]
2017/03/08
Chase, talking to kids about money, teaching kids to save

Talking to Kids about Money

The talk, the “money talk”, that is it’s just about as frightening as the sex talk with your kid and just as important because if you […]
2017/02/06
Super Bowl, immigrant, immigration, Mexico, border, the wall, Desierto

My Father the Immigrant

Ever wonder why an immigrant, illegal or otherwise, really comes to the United States willing to risk his life? Maybe that question is too big, maybe we […]
2017/01/12
Blackish, racism, Trump, post-obama, election

Blackish Turns Trump Lemons into Lemonade

Do you watch Blackish? We do. It’s one of those shows that we watch as a family the day after it airs because simply put, we […]