• Latino-owned Swimwear Brands You Should Have on Your Radar

    There is something about summertime that brings comfort.  The bright sunlight and warmth enlighten the skies and make you feel at ease. All the trees and flowers have blossomed and give off the sweet aroma of summertime. These are all signs that summer is here to stay. You trade in your jacket for lighter clothing and want to spend almost… Read More

    Latino-owned Swimwear Brands You Should Have on Your Radar
  • Are We More Burnt Out than Ever? Let’s Talk About it

    More than ever, we are feeling drained and washed out. Overwhelmed. Burnt out. If this sounds like you — you are not alone. Even though we’re not in danger, we still live in an ongoing global pandemic. On top of that, as a collective, we’re experiencing horrifying media headlines daily — and we haven’t even gotten into talking about our… Read More

    Are We More Burnt Out than Ever? Let’s Talk About it
  • How to talk to our young people about abortion

    A little over a week ago, the United States was shaken to its core by the news of the historic Roe v. Wade being overturned. Against popular opinion, this fateful decision has set women back nearly 50 years.  Roe v Wade was a case in 1973 in which Norma McCovey (most commonly known as “Jane Roe”) argued that a Texas… Read More

    How to talk to our young people about abortion
  • Children and Social Media: How To Set Limits

    We all have that tia chismosa that has opinions about the way we are raising our kids. It’s always a long monologue about how she raised her children and that her way is the best way.  Quite frankly, I could care less about what others have to say about how I choose to parent my children, especially since, back then,… Read More

    Children and Social Media: How To Set Limits

My Children Have Spread Their Wings. Is This My New Springtime?

‘Thanks, but No Thanks,’ the Challenge of Setting Limits for Your Latina Mother