Charmin With the Scent Of Chamomile: Bringing Back Memories

Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with Charmin and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own. Growing up I always remember my grandmother’s house as having a special scents and to this day when I encounter a similar scent it always seems to transport me right back to my abuelita’s …

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Join Us for the Charmin Traditions Bilingual Twitter Party #TuiteaDesdeElTrono

Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with Charmin and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own. As moms, we keep traditions going. It is a task passed down from grandmas to mothers to daughters. We know that traditions are what keeps culture and a sense of home alive. Many traditions …

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Celebrate Your Drive: Check to See if Your School Is Registered and Win

Nissan Altima on the beach

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Latina Mom Bloggers and State Farm.  However, all opinions expressed are my own. More young teenagers ages 14-18 years old die from car crashes than from any other cause.  I find this scary but also see a great opportunity here because this is something that we can …

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Think Safe! Travel Safe! Keep Safe! With Chuggington

This is part of a sponsored campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. However, all opinions expressed are my own. After a fun summer filled with travels and adventures the kids will be going back to school next week. That means spending a lot of time in the bus and …

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Awesome Ways To Teach Kids About Latino History When Visiting Saint Augustine

We where invited to visit St Agustine by Florida’s Historic Coast as part of press trip, however all opinions are sincere and are my own. #ViajaSanAgustin Saint Augustine is the oldest city in the US. By the time the first English settlement in the New World was established St Augustine has been a thriving coastal town for 40 …

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Back To School Easy Lunch Box Solution: Spinach, Tomato, Turkey and Queso Fresco Mini Quiches

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Being Latino and Oscar Mayer. However, all opinions expressed are my own. It’s hard to believe that summer is almost over and soon the kids will be back so school.  With the return to clases comes the search for new, interesting and nutritious options to put in your …

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How To Keep Exercising While On Vacation

5 Ways To Keep Exercising While On Vacation

A big part of taking a vacation is to give your mind and soul a break:  time to get away from it all.  Getting away is the best medicine to fight routine. When we are on vacation the last thing we have on our mind is making time for exercise. But you can stay active …

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He Said, She Said: Why Both My Husband and I Agree the Nissan Altima is a Great Option for Our Family

Disclosure: This is a sponsored campaign for Colectiva Latina powered by Collective Bias, however all opinions are sincere and are my own. #MyColectiva #VamosConNissan Recently my husband and got to test drive a Nissan Altima. Since both my husband and I work from home we don’t really have a car for each of us. We …

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Tuna and Pineapple Ceviche Tacos

Disclosure: this is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Kikkoman and Latina Bloggers Connect.  However all opinions are my own. When I think of ceviche memories of Guatemala rush back: stopping at a cevicheria on our way to the beach or just getting together to eat ceviche on weekends during the warm summer months.  Ceviche …

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Grilled Tip Sirloin Steak with Mango Salsa

Some of my fondest memories growing up where the family reunions and celebrations. Like a lot of Latino families my family expressed their love with food. My parents are always throwing churrascos or BBQ parties where we eat grilled steak, chorizos, chicken, ribs etc. accompanied by big stacks of tortillas, grilled corn loaded with butter, Mexican …

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