Featured Recipe of the Week:

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Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Recipe

It’s summertime once again in our home.  During the summer I’m always looking for creative methods to hydrate and make a lot of use of my  Breville Juice Fountain duo juicer.   Creating homemade juice with natural fruits is one of my favorite pastimes.  I love the taste of strawberries and put them on everything from pancakes, […]

Summer Travel Guide:

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Roadtrip to Petrified Forest National Park – Arizona

The Petrified Forest National Park is a United States national park in Navajo and Apache counties in northeastern Arizona.  It is considered one of the largest concentrations of petrified trees in the world.  The tree trunks in the forest have fossilized as petrified wood and is noted for its agates and late Triassic fossils. A Spanish […]

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Roadtrip – White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

My heritage is both Mexican and American with a huge influence on Latino culture due to my upbringing by a Latina Mom in Mexico and border town of San Ysidro, CA.  I embrace my bicultural heritage and through the Latino Heritage road trip discovered Hispanic Heritage across America and influence of Hispanics in each of […]

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Roadtrip – Casa Grande Ruins National Monument – Coolidge, Arizona

Our Latino Heritage road trip continued towards the Southwest to Coolidge, Arizona.  We had the opportunity to obtain a guided  tour of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument with the National Park Service Superintendent, Karl Cordova.  His staff is  dedicated to conserving, preserving, and providing an atmosphere for recreation at the Casa Grande Ruins.  They also reach […]

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Road Trip: Arizona and Vicious Dust Storms

We continued the Latino Heritage Roadtrip towards Arizona as soon as we finished our trip to San Diego Old Town & Old Point Loma Light House.  It was a very long day on the road, approximately 409 miles.  Not many scenic stops, routes or historical sites on our trip towards Scottsdale, Arizona.  However, the landscape […]

Latino News:

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Latina Innovation Presented By Ella Institute

Join us for a dynamic conversation on how Latinas are innovating in this country at work, in business, technology and in our communities!  Meet some amazing Latina innovators, and learn how to leverage technology and social media to advance your innovation! As a women in Technology field I believe it’s important for us to share […]

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Latino Social Media Day

On Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Latinos nationwide will join forces to celebrate Latino Social Media Day.   Latino Social Media Day is being hosted by the Hispanic Public Relations Association and recognizes the growing influence of Latinos online.  As an active Social Media power user, I’m really excited to support Latino Social Media Day and […]

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Cooking With Chef Alejandra Schrader’s Seasoning Blends and Curried Cauliflower Recipe

I recently attended Chef Alejandra Schraders’s Seasoning Blends launch.  It was a gathering of fellow chefs and friends who support and enjoy Alejandra’s healthy cooking.  We tastes several meats, vegetables and small plates made with love and her delicious seasoning blends.  I really enjoyed the savory flavors of the Curried potatos, Cocoa-Mom Dark Seasoned chicken and […]

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MOLAA | Frida Kahlo Her Photos

I recently attended a preview of Frida Kahlo personal photos.  You can view the Frida Kahlo exhibit with over 200 of Frida’s personal photo collection through June 8, 2014 at the Museum of Latin American Art.

Featured News & Events:

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Photos: California Sunsets – Oceanside

Oceanside Beach is one of my favorite beaches to capture a sunset!  You can stroll down the pier, listen to the waves, enjoy lunch at the local diner on the pier and watch a beautiful sunset.  

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#EarthToEcho Movie Review and Cast Interview

We recently attended a private screening of Earth to Echo courtesy of Relativity Media and absolutely loved it.  The movie is made for inquisitive kids and takes us back to the time when kids were just kids exploring their surroundings and joining forces to solve problems.  Make sure to mark your calendars for July 2 and […]

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Join Us & Win 2 Tickets to SOLD OUT #ColorFunFest 5K in San Bernardino #EPICtour #InlandEmpire

Join me for the Color Fun Fest 5K in San Bernardino.  The festival combines the Holi Festival and electronic dance movement together for the first time with day and night glowing color 5k run.   The event is SOLD out, but we are honored to be able to give away 2 tickets! Have Fun & […]

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Five Tips for Saving Our Environment and Recycling Electronic Devices With ecoATM

I recently partnered with ecoATM to share important tips about saving our environment.  Today is Earth Day! To people who care about the environment, today marks the day to celebrate the earth and make a commitment to make lifetime changes to change our environmental impact.  Every year our family takes a look around our home […]

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How To Sell Your Phone With eBay Sell My Phone

Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post in collaboration with eBay. However, all opinions are 100% my own. Technology is changing every day, especially in the smartphone industry.  If you’re like me and  like to purchase the latest and greatest phone gadgets you may find yourself looking for ways to quickly recoup some of your money […]

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Celebrating 365 Days of California Strawberries Farm & Culinary Event

Did you know that  nearly 90 percent of U.S.-grown fresh strawberries come from California, with more than 1.7 BILLION pounds being harvested annually – basically, if California were a country, it would be the world’s largest producer of strawberries! I recently attended the 365 Days of California Strawberries Farm & Culinary Event and learned about the […]

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L4LL’s Dia Blog Hop with Author Rene Saldana

I am participating in the Latinas 4 Latino Literature  Día Blog Hop (L4LL’s Dia Blog Hop).   Established in the United States by poet and author Pat Mora, Día is a celebration of books and children. The month long program celebrates Latino Children literacy by pairing a different author or illustrator with a different blogger each […]

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