Jul 31, 2015


The New Latina Guide E-Book: Download Your Free Copy!!


Click HERE to download your free copy. . The New Latina Guide to a Fabulous 2011 Year! is now available for download!  For free!  It is our gift to you, our readers.  You’ll also receive email updates of our posts! Inside, you’ll find 126 pages full of  insightful short articles and advice written by a […]

The Power of Ritual, The Power of Blessings


Happy Valentines! This week, we are celebrating LOVE by bringing you a full week of weddings and love stories.  Five New Latina readers share their beautiful photographs, stories and wedding tips! We begin our wedding series with a beautiful, lovely and fun Latina, residing in Mexico, Sue Valencia! Married October 9th, 2010 Antonio and I, […]

My Powerful Workout Strategy and How I made it Happen


Photo source: Erik van Roekel This post is from Judith, my co-blogger here at New Latina.  Today, she tells us how she incorporates exercise into her hectic life.  Take some notes — she has some great tips on bargains, making exercise fun, and getting yourself in shape! Sometimes working out is so difficult to do…we […]

The Monster Under The Bed


This is a guest post from Ann Mehl. One of my clients, Ed, a sales manager, came to see me in a state of barely-controlled panic. A recent round of layoffs at his company had left him with fewer sales agents and even greater demands for bottom-line results, for which he felt personally responsible. “I know there’s […]

Ana Tijoux: A French-Born Chilean Rapper, Like No Other


Just came across this amazingly talented French-Chilean musician, Ana Tijoux. She’s the daughter of Chilean parents living in political exile in France.  Born in France, she returned to Chile as a teenager (after the return of democracy), where she began to rap in French, then in Spanish.  In the late 1990’s, she became famous as the […]

Literacy – A Legacy We Must Pass On To The Next Generation


source: Simon Blackley “Oh, magic hour, when a child first knows she can read printed words!” — A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith The importance of reading can not be over-stated, yet Latino children are reading at a lower level than many of their peers. An analysis of U.S. government statistics by the […]

GottaFeeling Mobile App


In 2008, I was the CEO of a venture-backed start-up and as stressed as I had ever been in my life.  I decided to call in help – in the form of a CEO coach at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. One of her first lessons was how to respect my feelings.  I was […]

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