"Nobody can go back and start a new beginning,but anyone can start today and make a new ending."Maria Robinson How would the story of your life read if you woke each day with the passion and freedom to start from wherever you are and create a new ending? That is the question to be answered. This site is the story of my New Endings....more
New Latina (NewLatina.net) is a bicultural lifestyle online destination focusing on personal growth, happiness and career success for today's Latina woman. Our content is relevant, smart and inspiring. The site also offers instrumental resources such as the Mentoring Hermanas program, the free Latina Online Business Directory, and a College & Education Group....more
This crazy adventure began as a product of two of my theories:1) Young children are for young mothers who have energy and bounce back quicker. Not that 35 is old and taboo bad, just not preferred.2) I am emotional enough on my period (making decision making crazy and me a little bit more crazy), that I believe planning a nursery, researching and choosing baby gear, and general "get ready its coming" is suicidal on 9 months of pregnancy hormones. My husband will surely kill me.Because of this, I started the planning part early....more
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Because one life changing event just wasn't enough...In the last few years I got married; moved to Atlanta; had a baby; and then moved to Los Angeles because my husband landed a job in the film industry. I have my masters degree in Social Welfare and work as a Learning Consultant for a Fortune 500 company. For the most part, I really like change and try to embrace it the best I can. My blog is a mix about life as a new mom living in a new city and all the adventures that entail....more
NewYorkinParis is about a newlywedded musician/writer/New Yorker who's moved to Paris—leaving behind her independent single life and her favorite city—for love, marriage and everything that France has to offer. Paris may be the most romantic city in the world, but not when you have no idea where to get a Brazilian (wax, not man), the euro is quickly wiping out your American dollar bank account and you don't know what it means to be married. Is it really a dream come true to move to Paris for love?