Archives for June 2011

Restaurant Review – Old Vine Café at the Camp in Costa Mesa

I was pleasantly surprised when I walked into The Camp in Costa Mesa. From the outside it looks like a bunch of buildings made from recycled materials, but as we walked through the trails you realize the concept is a lot more than that!   Continue reading “Restaurant Review – Old Vine Café at the Camp in Costa Mesa” »

#WordlessWednesday – Education in Architecture

Walking through the  Camp in Orange County, I stumbled upon this thought-provoking educational architecture.

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Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley

We certainly have come a long way in computing!   Check out these historical computers from Continue reading “Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley” »

Ann Taylor’s Summer Soiree at South Coast Plaza!

In celebration of the grand opening of the Ann Taylor Concept Store in Costa Mesa at the South Coast Plaza, I attended Ann Taylor’s Summer Soiree. The summer 2012 collection is very chic and full of Continue reading “Ann Taylor’s Summer Soiree at South Coast Plaza!” »

Join Us for a Father’s Day Twitter Party Tuesday Night!

I’m excited to announce that I’m co-hosting a Father’s Day Twitter party tomorrow.  If you’re looking for gift ideas or an opportunity to win PRIZES you need to come!   The Twitter party is open to EVERYONE, not just Latina Moms. Continue reading “Join Us for a Father’s Day Twitter Party Tuesday Night!” »

Tech Thursday – How and When to use +K

Last week  introduced +K on their corporate website.  +K is peer influence recognition program. It gives users the ability to vouch for your friends influence.   The influence topics are created by’s algorithm.  Users can not create their own influence topics.  So how and when should you use a +K influence voucher?   Continue reading “Tech Thursday – How and When to use +K” »

1-2-3 #LATISM Latino2 Conference Here We Come!

A couple of months ago  Ana Roca Castro (@AnaRC) Founder of Latinos in Social Media started a discussion about “Where are all the Latino Startups“?   We learned that statistically speaking the number of Latino Startups don’t exist.   Ana’s post was  followed by Jesse Luna’s (@JesseLuna)  interview with a dynamic Latina Entrepreneur, Leanna Hernandez who Continue reading “1-2-3 #LATISM Latino2 Conference Here We Come!” »

Blogcrush Meetup at StoneFire Grill

I had the pleasure of attending the Blogcrush meetup at StoneFire Grill in Irvine, California. Blogcrush is the largest group of bloggers in Orange County. The group has monthly meetups to connect bloggers to each other, share tips, make friendships Continue reading “Blogcrush Meetup at StoneFire Grill” »


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