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2017 #WeAllGrow Storytellers with Disney Princess (Video)

This post is sponsored by Disney. All opinions are my own. A few months ago, I submitted a pitch to #WeAllGrow Latina Network for the annual Storytellers event, which concludes their Summit for Latina bloggers and digital creators. This year, the event sponsor was Disney Princess and I just knew that their #DreamBigPrincess vision was the perfect opportunity for me to push my boundaries. I love this initiative so much;

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40 Aspirations Before 40 Years of Life

Its been a few years since a friend turned 40-years-old and celebrated the milestone on Facebook with some wise words. For starters, I had no idea she was that much older than me. Her persona is nothing that I expected the age to represent; on-trend, still-evolving, a child the same age as mine… and totally at peace with who she had become in four decades. Her life was enigmatic, full

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After 21 Days of Minimalism, My Home Is Just Enough

We’re chatting about keeping things simple today with our friends from Clorox. Thanks for supporting the brands that help support our voices! The first month of 2017 is almost over and so ends my purging ambitions. You know how it goes – new year, new house. Out with the old and in the goals for a clean, tidy home. After 21 days of a hardcore minimalist overhaul, I’m pretty sure

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Watching The Elections from Cuba Has Solidified My Beliefs

It’s been 24 hours since I returned from Cuba – the first visit to my parent’s birth country and the realization of a lifelong dream. I can’t wait to share every detail with you, but on our last full day on the island I had the unique experience of watching the United States elections unfold from the lobby of my Havana hotel. And it’s given me some perspective. In Viñales

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You Can Be Anything: My #WeAllGrowFamilia Recap

Almost 6 years ago, I was pounding life into the keys of my laptop while my baby slept in our tiny Las Vegas apartment. I was resuscitating a love that was so near death, its impossible to think of a life without it. Writing, back then, was a gift in and of itself. I wrote because, honestly, I was a new mom with Postpartum Depression and refused to take the prescribed

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Knowing Where You Come From To Know Where You’re Going

I’ve been keeping a secret: very soon, my mom and I embark on a heritage trip to explore the culture of Cuba, visiting Havana and other western parts of the island. We’ll visit the home she once lived as a young girl, the streets she played in, the school she attended before her parents immigrated to the United States as political refugees in 1968. We’re visiting Cuba’s eco-village devoted to reforestation,

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