How To Make Filing Your Taxes An Easy And Enjoyable Process

Thanks to TurboTax for sponsoring this post, and for empowering Latinos to file their taxes with confidence and ease by providing bilingual information and support! Filing your taxes doesn’t have to be a scary, tedious and daunting process. If you take the right steps and choose the right service filing taxes can be enjoyable. Since … Read more

Why We Need More Latino Nurses

The Latino population is growing fast in the U.S., and that means we need to think about how our healthcare system can best serve everyone. This brings us to an important point: “Why We Need More Latino Nurses?” Well, when we have more Latino nurses, patients can connect better with them. It’s not just about … Read more

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Day of the Dead Celebrations Across Latin America

Many Latin American countries celebrate el Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, in November. During the Day of the Dead celebrations, people honor the loved ones that have passed. The Catholic holidays of Día de Todos Los Santos (All Saints Day) on November 1st and All Soul’s Day on November 2nd, Day … Read more

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2013 Top Bloguera Reatreat in NYC: Making In Happen!

A few weeks ago I shared with you my excitement when I was chosen by LATISM as one of the 2013 Top Blogueras, and got the amazing opportunity to attend the 2 day Top Bloguera retreat that took place in non other than the elegant and historic Waldorf Astoria in New York City. I have … Read more

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The Bilingual Businessman: The Future Of Business

With the recent research regarding bilingualism all being favorable, I can only imagine that bilingualism will become more of the norm going forward. Countries such as England are already rolling out legislation to encourage foreign language learning. With England jumping in head first for 2014, I believe other English-speaking countries will follow suit. Certain states … Read more

Don’t Miss the Festival People En Español in San Antonio!

Disclosure:  This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Festival People En Español however, all opinions expressed are my own.   On Labor Day Weekend Latinos will come together for the 2013 Festival People en Español. This amazing event will bring together an array of Latino artists and celebrities for a … Read more