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My Quinceañero – Reminiscing on a Latino Tradition

Puerto Rico

You know how a lot of women say they dreamed of their wedding ever since they were little girls? For me, I would think about my Quinceañero. Ever since I learned about this tradition and knew that I’d have a choice of celebrating with such a party, I knew that I wanted one. I’d sit […]

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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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Celebrating Three Kings Day

Puerto Rico

Happy Three Kings Day! Feliz Dí­a de los Tres Reyes Magos! We did it. Last year, after not celebrating, I resolved to celebrate Three Kings Day this year. And, though it’s a normal work day and baby girl is at preschool today, she did get her gift this morning and participated in the traditional Three […]

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SpanglishBaby’s Bicultural Holiday Traditions

life

Starting today, SpanglishBaby, is hosting 7 days of Mamás Blogueras (Blogging Moms) and highlighting posts about our bi-cultural holiday traditions. I’m honored to be 1 of the 7 mamis being featured! You can find my post up today: Embracing Puerto Rican Christmas Traditions. A little excerpt for you: Growing up, we always knew Navidad had […]

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10 Blogs by Latinos or Latinas You Should Check Out

Blogging

A while back, I posted a list of 10 Blogs Worth Reading. A few more were added in the comments section of that post from readers. Since then, I’ve come across many new blogs, but specifically, many that are written by fellow Latinos and Latinas. I’ve also connected with many Latinos on twitter and even […]

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