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Unplugging and Going Offline to Increase Your Life’s Balance

life

Last week, I unplugged four out of the five weeknights. After 4:30/5 pm, I was off the computer and remained off. One night I was forced to unplug, but that’s another story you can read about on 40weeks Plus. However, what I realized last week was how great unplugging can be. I still think I […]

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Balancing Many Roles: Wife, Mother, Daughter

life

I had a nice, quiet, lazy weekend. One where I pretty much unplugged the entire two days. I had a lot of hang out time at home with my family and we rested – no going anywhere or errands to run. It was actually really nice. I think my body and mind needed it after […]

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What Does Being Latina Mean to Me?

Puerto Rico

This post was first published on October 7, 2009. Since I’m speaking today on a panel titled “Latinas in Social Media” at the BlogHer 2010 conference and exploring how being Latina influences our social media interactions, I thought this post was timely. I’ve been asked a difficult question. I was asked to write about what […]

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Build Them a House…

Baby Girl

On Sunday, I co-hosted the Orlando Hebrew National Better-Than-A-Picnic Picnic. The night before, the husband and I were explaining to baby girl that we would be going to the picnic and that we were going to be helping people. We told her that we’d be collecting items that would be given to people who needed […]

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Orlando “Better-Than-A-Picnic Picnic” Benefiting Central Florida Homeless

life

This post is part of a paid campaign. “Why do you and daddy have to work?” “So that we can have this house, food, clothes, and take care of you.” “What would happen if you didn’t work?” “Well, we wouldn’t be able to pay for this house or buy food. Did you know there are […]

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