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American Latinos

5 Life Lessons From My Grandmother I’m Teaching My Children

Estimated read time 4 min read

Growing up in the D.R., I experienced firsthand the trials and tribulations of everyday life in a developing country: power outages, lack of food and […]

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Multicultural Living

A Tribute To My Immigrant Mother And All Moms Who Had To Leave Their Children Behind

Estimated read time 5 min read

I don’t have any real memory of my mom living with me as a child since she moved from home months before my 4th birthday. […]

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American Latinos

Taking Flight Like A Butterfly: A Year Of Transformation #TheYearOf40

Estimated read time 3 min read

I agree with the saying that hindsight is 20/20, and looking back at the last year has proven this old proverb. The 12 months leading […]

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American Latinos

Moving Out, Moving On And Rebuilding Life At 38 #TheYearOf40

Estimated read time 3 min read

As women, we often don’t know our own resilience and strength until is tested. Moreover, it is even difficult to identify it while demonstrating such […]

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American Latinos

Having Another Boy: Starting A Journey Towards Self-Discovery, Healing & Joy #TheYearOf40

Estimated read time 4 min read

Ever since I was a teenager there were two things I knew for sure: I wanted to be a mother and have three children. What […]