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

Apr 22, 14 Five Tips for Saving Our Environment and Recycling Electronic Devices With ecoATM

Posted by in Education, Lifestyle, Motherhood, Tech

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 and...

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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 &...

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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...

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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...

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San Diego Japanese Garden Cherry Blossom Festival

Mar 28, 14 San Diego Japanese Garden Cherry Blossom Festival

Posted by in Culture, Education, Entertainment

I love Japanese Art & Culture and spend several weekends throughout the year visiting Art Exhibits and Gardens.   We spent an afternoon at the San Diego Japanese Friendship Garden this month celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival.   The Cherry Blossoms are beautiful and in full bloom!     There are about 150 Cherry...

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Google Remembers Zora Neale Hurston

Jan 06, 14 Google Remembers Zora Neale Hurston

Posted by in Culture, Education

Google’s latest doodle celebrates the life of Zora Neale Hurston, an American author and trailblazer during the time of the Harlem Renaissance. Zora Neale Hurston was born in Notasulga, Alabama on January 7, 1891 to a baptist preacher and school teacher.  She was very close to her mother.  When she was nine years old, her...

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