This year, I haven’t written very much about Hispanic Heritage Month. Well, I haven’t written very much at all. But for the first time in as long as I can remember the month known as Hispanic Heritage Month has arrived and it hasn’t inspired so much as a second thought from me.
There’s something about getting out of your home after you haven’t done so in a while that’s kind of refreshing. New almost, as if you’re doing so for the very first time again. Especially if we are talking about a social event where you will be around others. It doesn’t […]
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with JCPenney. All opinions are our own. Fashion, for me, has always been about self expression. From a very young age I can remember knowing that my sense of style was a little different from the norm. Where other young girls, and later […]
My parents made the choice to raise us here. Here in a country that was not their own. In a place where for many years they were forced to live their lives hiding in plain sight. In the land of opportunity. The land where nothing seemed impossible if you were […]
It’s Hispanic Heritage Month! Well, sort of. Actually, it’s already almost halfway over. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually here in the United States from September 15th through October 15th. As a Mexican American Texan, or in español, a mexico americana tejana, I couldn’t let this month go by without a […]
¡Nombre! These days it seems like “living my dreams” is all about puro how work! If you can relate, say it! This week I’ve been pretty tied up with too many projects to name, but the good thing is I think – at least I hope – you are going […]
I really enjoyed this animated short by StoryCorps. It’s called Facundo the Great, and was recently released in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. If you’ve ever had your name mispronounced, changed all together, or still have people who cannot even begin to pronounce your name, you’ll understand why. The […]