You know that saying that we all use to convince ourselves that doing something we’re hesitant about is okay: But everyone is doing it. Maybe we should heed our mother’s pat response of “If everyone was jumping off a cliff, would you do that too?” I say this because for after years of hesitation, I … Continue reading 72 hours on OKCupid and I’m already exhausted
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My Dog’s life: Love without logic
I laughed, I cried, and the hair dryer, yes the hair dryer!! Find more hilariousness over at The Oatmeal.
5 articles Latino publications should write when a non-Latino celebrity is arrested
I vaguely remember the feeling that the magazine addict in me felt upon learning that my monthly collection of glossy mags would include a magazine just for Latinas. I never cared much about the face that graced my magazine's covers, it was the content listed on said cover that was the attraction. Latina-relevant stories, articles, … Continue reading 5 articles Latino publications should write when a non-Latino celebrity is arrested
That awkward moment: The wave
A few weeks ago I attended a lecture given by someone that is a Facebook friend and that I've also met in person. I got there a little early, and sat in the room full of people. He entered and made his away around greeting people. Though I can recognize him at seeing him, I … Continue reading That awkward moment: The wave
Taboo of tattoos: Memories, regrets, and Moms
It was October 2009; I had quit my job and was just 10 short days away from a move to Puerto Rico, when my two best friends and I got matching tattoos. It was something we had discussed just a few weeks earlier—as adult women will do when imbibing one too many cocktails. It would … Continue reading Taboo of tattoos: Memories, regrets, and Moms