• Mood-Boosting Activities for When You Feel Stuck in a Rut

    Have you ever woken up and felt completely trapped? Waking up is accompanied by a large sigh after seeing you have to go through the motions yet again.  You’ve realized at this point that you’ve been running on autopilot and just going with the mundane flow of life, not feeling any true joy.  Feeling aimless and completely stuck in a… Read More

    Mood-Boosting Activities for When You Feel Stuck in a Rut
  • Latina Astrologers You Should Follow on TikTok

    Astrology is a fundamental part of a Latino upbringing. We would watch famed Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado every day on TV, waiting to hear our horoscope and predictions for our future. We believe in angel numbers, good and bad energies, and even wear amulets to protect against the evil eye.  While we may not have realized it, these customs… Read More

    Latina Astrologers You Should Follow on TikTok
  • ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the Multiverse Theory Applied to Motherhood

    Have you ever wanted a second chance at something? A complete redo on specific moments that in some shape or form altered your life’s path? This is precisely the range of possibilities that films like “Everything Everywhere All at Once” address. We’re seeing the multiverse trend populating Hollywood films’ plots. But why now? Why is this trend becoming more popular… Read More

    ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the Multiverse Theory Applied to Motherhood
  • Here’s Why Latinx Therapists Are Essential for Our Community

    Did you know that in 2019, 83 percent of American psychologists were white? Where does this leave us Latinx who want to feel represented and heard by a Latinx therapist? It turns out that Hispanics represent the second largest group at only 7 percent. Other minorities include Asians at 4 percent and African Americans at 3 percent, per the American… Read More

    Here’s Why Latinx Therapists Are Essential for Our Community
  • The Responsibility Of Caregiving And How It Affects Latinos’ Mental Health

    This is a sponsored partnership between Voltaren and LatinaMoms.com If you’re Latino, chances are your parents have nominated you to take care of them in their old age. It’s not unlikely that through jokes or assumed hierarchy, eventually, one of their children is chosen as their primary caretaker.  That’s because, in the Latino community, it is primarily the children who care for… Read More

    The Responsibility Of Caregiving And How It Affects Latinos’ Mental Health
  • Teaching Heritage at Home? Celebrate Our Cultura With These Books

    Sponsored by Walmart. Any day of the year is a good opportunity to shine a light on cultural productions that celebrate our heritage. Books are one of them. We’re not just talking about the icons of classic Latin American literature but all the publications that bring the beauty of living a bilingual life to the table. Have you thought about… Read More

    Teaching Heritage at Home? Celebrate Our Cultura With These Books
  • When Does Old Age Begin? Helping Our Latino Parents Understand This New Stage Of Life

    This is a sponsored partnership between Centrum and LatinaMoms.com As you grow older, you start to understand the phrase: “the older you get, the wiser you are.” With years of experience, you realize what you want from life, and after years of trial and error, you’re finally at a point where it’s all starting to make sense. But when does old age actually… Read More

    When Does Old Age Begin? Helping Our Latino Parents Understand This New Stage Of Life
  • Taking Care Of Yourself To Take Better Care Of Others, The Importance Of Preventing Burnout In Caregivers

    This is a sponsored partnership between Voltaren and LatinaMoms.com Did you know that one in five Americans is a caregiver?  In fact, according to a 2020 report by The National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) and AARP, there was “an increase in the number of family caregivers in the United States of 9.5 million from 2015 to 2020.” As a Latina,… Read More

    Taking Care Of Yourself To Take Better Care Of Others, The Importance Of Preventing Burnout In Caregivers
  • Dear Caregiver, The Secret Is In Your Daily Walk

    This is a sponsored partnership between Voltaren and LatinaMoms.com Time passes in the blink of an eye; whether you view that as a good or bad thing, time doesn’t stop for anyone. This is why it’s important to stay accountable for your actions and schedule daily – even if you have the responsibility of caregiving.  Caring for another person is more… Read More

    Dear Caregiver, The Secret Is In Your Daily Walk
  • Daily Habits of Our Ancestors To Help Start Our Streak of Wellness

    This is a sponsored partnership between Emergen-C and LatinaMoms.com With so many technological advancements seen by the world in the last few centuries, it can be hard to consider following any of the daily habits our ancestors had. But, in reality, our ancestors are the ones who created the foundation for much of our lifestyle today.  After all, they must have been… Read More

    Daily Habits of Our Ancestors To Help Start Our Streak of Wellness
  • 50 Is The New 30, And Other Ways To Understand The Myth Of Aging

    This is a sponsored partnership between Centrum and LatinaMoms.com How do people decide where mid-life starts? Is it based on your income, goals, happiness, or experiences? It seems that nowadays, we’re discarding outdated ageism and exploring more ways to define what it really means to age – and we’re here for it! No, we are not talking about the movie “Marie-Francine,” but we… Read More

    50 Is The New 30, And Other Ways To Understand The Myth Of Aging
  • Old Age and Culture, How Latinos Understand Senior Living

    This is a sponsored partnership between Centrum and LatinaMoms.com How do Latinos understand senior living? For starters, the Latino community is traditionally raised to take care of their elders. But how has this expectancy changed over time? The truth is that Latino life expectancy is increasing  In Latin America, it almost feels like the conception of old age is paradoxical. We have been… Read More

    Old Age and Culture, How Latinos Understand Senior Living
  • Senior Influencers You Should Be Following On Social Media

    This is a sponsored partnership between Centrum and LatinaMoms.com Who said social media is only for Gen Zers? Nobody – that’s who. There is an older generation online that will teach you a thing or two, including giving their own perspectives about life. Ever wonder what social media content seniors would make if they could? Us too. Thankfully, social media has a… Read More

    Senior Influencers You Should Be Following On Social Media
  • The Ultimate Checklist Before Choosing In-Home Help For Grandma’s Health

    This is a sponsored partnership between Centrum and LatinaMoms.com Our traditional Latino families often think we can do it all. We can keep up with our mental health, raise our families, and, on top of all that, be our seniors’ nurses. But is that the best option for us in the long run?  When it comes to coping with our disabilities when… Read More

    The Ultimate Checklist Before Choosing In-Home Help For Grandma’s Health
  • It Is Never Too Late To Heal A Wound With Our Grandparents

    This is a sponsored partnership between Centrum and LatinaMoms.com We live, and we learn, isn’t that the way it goes? It’s a popular phrase that often describes a challenging scenario.  Got in an argument with your elder years ago? It happens. Stopped talking to your grandparents over something you can’t even remember? This also happens. But now that they’re in their senior… Read More

    It Is Never Too Late To Heal A Wound With Our Grandparents

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Daily Routines To Help With Our Children’s Energy