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In a culture known for being full of machismo I am so proud to say that my confidence comes from the women in my family, because they are the definition of STRONG.
It all started with abuela Challito, my grandmother's mother who raised two girls and raised them well. She…Continue
Being from parents that are from Mexico, as the same of my brothers and the rest of my family; made me love my culture. Being from Mexico means that I have a very colorful and unique traditions. I'm proud of speaking Spanish, to celebrate my traditions and enjoy every tradicional dish.
I think that Mexico has beautiful places to visit. I think that our language is more extent, each state has its own traditional…
We are having a blog-a-thon to celebrate Hispanic heritage month from October 5th - October 11th. During this week, we will be encouraging our members to submit blogs each day. We have daily questions to inspire your blogs. Content may be submitted to MyLatinitas.com. Prizes (gift cards) will be awarded to the top three blogueras/participants. Content from the blog-a-thon may be featured at Latinitasmagazine.org.…
It comes from my mom, my aunts and my grandma. Those two woman are amazing and have taught me what hard work means. Since Mexico is a country where machos are all over the place, they have taught me to never depend on a man. I'm not saying that they are strong feminists. What I'm saying is that they never waited for a man to help them. My grandma raised by her self nine children, my aunts,…Continue
Domestic abuse survivor and author, Deanne Foster, has a message for those that have been through an abusive relationship or know someone that is going through this hard situations. In her book, Scared Girls Talk, …Continue
I was born and grew up in a place where two different cultures meet. La frontera, that zone where the United States and Mexico come face to face with each other is where I've spend all of my life and where I've been privileged enough to be part of these two distinct cultures that here at the border turn into a unique one. With both Mexican and American traditions and with both the English and Spanish language, this…Continue
Living next to the border has impacted my life in many ways.
My dad, born in Juarez and my mom born in El Paso. The best of both worlds.
My siblings and I were born in El Paso, Spanish was our first language. We attended a private school in Juarez when we were younger, English wasn't a required language. When we grew up we moved…Continue
Today's second day of the blog-a-thon week and I'm gonna tell you a little bit of my country and why I'm proud of it. Mexico is a big part of my life, my first language is Spanish and I grew up surrounded by Mexican culture, which is great to be honest…