El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Day) is mainly identified as a Mexican tradition due to its Aztec beginnings, which merged Catholics’ observance of All Saints Day (November 1) and All Souls Day (November 2). But it’s normal to see a Dia de los Muertos altar or two throughout the Latino culture. But why […]
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Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Haz cliq aquí para leerlo en español. As a digital content creator, designer, influencer, and all around participant in all things now, I definitely love my tech gear and gadgets, but don’t necessarily love the hard lines that come with […]
Yay! It’s Hispanic Heritage Month! But what does that mean? Don’t worry, I’m here to explain and share 5 easy ways to honor Hispanic Heritage Month. First, a little background. According to hispanicheritagemonth.gov Hispanic Heritage Month (El Mes de la Herencia Hispana) was started In 1968 by President Lyndon Johnson as a week long affair. […]
As a college graduate two times over, having earned a bachelors and masters degree, I know how burdensome student loan debt can be. In fact, it was so scary for me that I decided to immediately go into my masters, because I could defer the student loan debt from earning my bachelors. While I’m totally […]
Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Haz cliq aquí para leerlo en español. I don’t know about you, but I love me some clearance sales. There’s definitely a high I get with knowing I’ve gotten the most bang for my buck. But after many years of […]
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CHASE and #WeAllGrow Latina Network. The opinions and text are all mine. Being a victim of fraud is never good. Not only do you have to deal with reporting it, getting the fraudulent charges removed/reimbursed, getting replacement cards, etc. but you also feel victimized. I […]