7 Tips For Getting Kids Ready And Excited About Going Back To School

This is part of a sponsored collaboration ̊ with the PreK12 Plaza. However, all opinions expressed are my own. #PreK12Plaza Time flies and the summer is almost coming to an end.  After months of getting up late, traveling and no homework getting back into the school routine can be hard for both kids and parents.  But …

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Reliable And Affordable WiFi When You Travel with NETGEAR

Traveling is my passion and in the last two years my work on social media and my passion for travel have fused and my travel blogging has just taken off. Every month I spend many hours on a plane or on the road and this year I have already been away from home for more than 45 …

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Why We Need More Latino Nurses

Nursing is the fastest-growing occupation in the U.S. and employment of registered nurses is projected to grow steadily.[1] With options ranging from working in a physician’s office, a hospital or in home health services, and flexible schedules, nursing can fit anyone’s busy lifestyle. Nursing school grads also enjoy good starting salaries. I can think of …

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Tips For Staying Connected And Saving When You Travel Internationally

Nowadays being connected is crucial specially when traveling: from staying in touch with family and friends and sharing your adventures on social media to being able to search for reviews of that interesting restaurant you stumbled upon or finding your way in a new city. When you are traveling internationally it becomes even more important to stay …

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DIY Sugar Skull Decorated Dog Bowl

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AmorBeneful #CollectiveBias At home the popular saying that “dog’s are man’s best friend” really comes to life.  My daughter Ariane and Sally, our six year old Springer Spaniel, are inseparable.  When Ariane get’s up the first thing she …

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Tropical Fruit Cilantro Lemonade Popsicles

This is part of a sponsored campaign with DiMe Media and Dole Packaged Foods. However, all opinions expressed are my own. Summers in Florida can be brutal: the sweltering heat combined with the humidity that can make it hard to sometimes to spend as much time as we would like outdoors.  But Florida also has so much to …

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Grilled Spicy Guava Glazed Chicken Skewers with Pineapple Avocado Salsa

 This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FireUpTheGrill #CollectiveBias While in the rest of the country people might fire up the grill only during the spring and summer months, here in Florida we use the grill year round.   Almost every weekend we are home and …

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Banana Smore’s: Creating A Summer Family Tradition with Hershey’s

This is part of a compensated campaign with MarketVision and Hershey. #VeranoHersheys Growing up in Guatemala one of my favorite summer treats where the choco bananos, chocolate covered frozen bananas, that we would eat during the hot summer months.  I’ve really gotten into grilling lately and at our last family get together with at my …

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Things To Do With Kids In The Upper And Middle Florida Keys

The Florida Keys extend for 113 miles along the Overseas Highway, from Key Largo to the southernmost point in the United States in Key West. The upper and middle keys encompass Key Largo, Islamorada and Marathon and are separated from the lower keys by the 7 mile bridge. The upper and middle keys are closer to …

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Tips To Reduce the Risk Of Drowning When You Travel With Kids

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with the PreK12 Plaza. However, all opinions expressed are my own.  We travel a lot and love to embark on road trips and adventures both far and near and because we live in Florida and just minutes from some of the most beautiful beaches in the country we …

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