Sometimes leading by example is not enough. It’s never too early to talk to your children about money: saving, being financially savvy with your purchases and planning for the future. The “Money Talk” can boost their financial confidence and preparedness for the future.
My favorite show in February? One Day at a Time. I absolutely loved it! Not only did it give me childhood feels — my Nana used to love this show when I was a little girl — I loved that it portrayed a Cuban-American family.
I love my brown skin, my melanin. I got it from my Mama who is morenita and my Pops who has a burnt umber tint to his skin thanks to his Mescalero Apache roots. My brown skin is who I am. But sometimes, my skin and my underarms need some extra love.
One Whole30 detox symptom that reared its ugly head once again had to do with my nose, in the form of the crunchiest, stickiest boogers on the walls of my nose. Withdrawing from dairy is no joke, guys. Boogie Wipes were a lifesaver for this round of Whole 30.
When my teenagers were young, they loved the original Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events with Jim Carrey. They loved Count Olaf!The humor may have been a little darker than what they were used to watching, but they learned…
Teach your daughter to love her hair. It’s my job as a mama to celebrate her beauty, to teach her to be strong & love all aspects of herself. Even her hair.
I spent the Thanksgiving holidays at home with my babies doing absolutely nothing but snuggling on the sofa, eating leftovers (my mama’s stuffing is to die for) and watching Netflix. Why do I feel so guilty? Doing thangs and crossing…
Confession time: I hate horror films. It probably has everything to do with the fact that my Pops traumatized me at the age of 6 by making me watch Night of the Living Dead with him and my little brother….
Let’s talk about everything you need to create a cozy spot around the fire pit for those family Halloween hangs: candles, fluffy pillows, a cozy fire and S’mores. Let the ghost stories begin!