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Breakfast Pancakes with a Twist: Pineapple Coconut Cornmeal Pancakes {Recipe}

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The whole family will love breakfast or brunch with these delicious cornmeal pancakes filled with pineapple and a touch of coconut flavor! Pancakes are a breakfast favorite with kids, but these cornmeal pancakes give your family a new twist on a favorite by infusing the tropical flavors of pineapple and coconut. Check out this simple […]

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Easy Italian-Style Roasted Chicken {Recipe}

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Editor’s Note: You’re going to love this easy roasted chicken recipe by Jeannette Quiñones-Cantore! You can even prepare it ahead of time and use for meals throughout the week. Read on to see how Jeannette makes her Italian-style roasted chicken. This Italian-style roasted chicken recipe is one of the few recipes that can be prepared […]

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Affordable Beauty Products with Natural Ingredients from Nuance Salma Hayek

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Editor’s Note: I’m excited to feature this piece today written by my friend Jeannette Kaplun, sharing her experience with the Nuance Salma Hayek beauty products. Read on to find out what she loved about them! Becoming a mom did not diminish my fondness of beauty products, so trying out new ones is especially fun for […]

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Lulu Delacre, Bilingual Children’s Book Author & Illustrator Says, “The Power is in Numbers”

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We love to read in our house and thankfully, this has helped encourage a love of reading for our children. Being a multicultural household means we often seek books with characters our children can relate to and “see” themselves in. That’s why I’m loving the latest effort by my friends at Latinas 4 Latino Literature, […]

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Living a Fruitfully Frugal and Financially Stress-Free Life {The Good Life for Less Book Review}

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Editor’s note: The following is a guest post by Philippa Channer, mom of three and occasional contributor for modernmami. Let’s face it, no one wants to count pennies – but, financially, that is where we all are today. The average American family is living pay check to pay check with very little, if anything, available […]

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