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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…
Last month we had our Business Chica Conference and let me tell you it was GREAT!!!
The event took place at Southwest University in El Paso, September 26. We had lots of guest speakers that talk to our girls of running their own business and gave them…
I’m going to start this blog-a-thon week by talking about this amazing woman who set an example not only to Latina women, but also for women in general.
Born and raised in California, Ellen Ochoa received her Master of Science and doctorate degrees at Stanford University. And in 1991 she became the first Hispanic astronaut in the world.
Why can she be a great example? Because there were other times, women were not that encouraged to go…Continue
As we all know, Carolina Herrera is a famous Fashion Designer known for her elegance and sense of style.
But how did she get this famous? What did she do to get there?
Born on 1939, in Venezuela, into a wealthy family, she is one out of four daughters. From a very young age she began sewing her dolls outfits, but after a while…Continue
Lila Downs is an example of not only a strong female but a strong Latina and ally for the Latin community. Born in Tlaxiaco Oaxaca but also raised in Minnesota to a Mixtec woman and a Scottish-American professor on September 9,1968, Lila Downs has become one of the most influential women in…Continue
We live in a country that the ideal model look usually is a Heidi Klum look alike. Most of us look nothing like that and there is nothing wrong with that. We come in many shapes and sizes and I think thats incredibly beautiful. As Latinas most of us are full figured and curvy and for some of us it hard to accept that when we're bombarded everywhere on social media with girls that look nothing like us. I know I had a hard time accepting…Continue
We all know that this week Pope Francis visited our country and something that took everyone's eyes was Sophie Cruz, the hispanic little girl that stop Pope Francis caravan so that she could give him a letter. She is the daughter of two undocumented immigrants made the impossible to reach pope's caravan. I think that our new generations are doing what we were supposed to be doing. They are thinking for their own…Continue