Jul 31, 2015


The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly of Online Dating

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Online dating is the “New Dating”, which is why if you are a single Latina, you need to be on an online dating site! The amazing thing about online dating sites is that you just need one! While it is true that this sexy Latina is on every dating site you can think of (except […]

Laura H. Sanchez, Buddhist Latina-at-Heart

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Image source At New Latina, we celebrate and honor diversity among Latina women.  The Spirituality Series showcases Latina women’s faith and spirituality, highlighting how they choose to live a centered and guided life.   Spirituality Profile:  Laura H. Sanchez Married, Two children Occupation:  Laura works outside of the home in loan administration for a capital […]

Dinner in 10 Minutes: Spicy Salmon

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After a busy day we often turn to the drive thru for a quick dinner.  There’s no shame in it we have all fallen victim to this, myself included.  The after is what gets me.  After I finish my drive thru meal I often find myself feeling sluggish, sleepy and not at all satisfied with my  dietary choice for the evening.  […]

The 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the U.S.


Washington, D.C., August 29, 2011—LATINA Style Magazine proudly announces the LATINA Style 50 Report for 2011. Now in its 14th year, this annual report sets the standard for identifying corporations that are providing the best career opportunities for Latinas in the U.S. The LATINA Style 50 Report is the most respected evaluation of corporate America’s […]

Frida’s Gaze


New Column on New Latina! A Few Líneas – less than 200-word posts on everyday trivial and not-so-trivial observations, by Dharma E. Cortes. Am I so in love with my dog Frida that what I describe as her human-like gaze is an anthropomorphic attribution on my part? Could it be possible that her intense gaze […]

A Parent’s Guide To Ending Homework Hassles


The Dilemma of La Tarea: Latino families take homework very seriously, and that’s good.  However, it’s important to be thoughtful and flexible about homework.  There is no concrete evidence indicating that homework, at the elementary and middle school years, is academically beneficial.  In fact, too much homework can have negative consequences, such as student and […]

How to Ease Your Kid’s Back-to-School Anxiety!


Many tears are shed at the beginning of a new school year, as parents and little ones adapt to the process of separation. There are a few things we can do to help smooth out this ritual, as well as a few things we can understand to help make it feel easier. First off, a […]

Why Do YOU Wear Makeup?


Contributing Author:  Lisa Renata N ot long ago, a few friends and I were enjoying a nice brunch and conversation when the topic of makeup came up.  Two of us wore makeup just about all the time and the other two didn’t.  We talked about the reasons why we chose to wear makeup or not.  […]

New Latina Spotlight: Anllelic Lozada


Current Job/Professional Title: Multicultural Marketing/Product Manager @ PR Newswire; Personal Branding Coach and Marketing Consultant Degrees You Hold :: College/University Name: Florida International University (Miami, FL) – B.S. in Advertising; A.A. in Psycholgy and A.A. in Marketing Nova Southeastern University (Davie, Fl) – B.S. in Business Leadership with concentration in Marketing Country of Origin or […]

Universal Spirit: Inter-Faith Roots Teach Tolerance

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Growing up Inter-faith In an age where the greatest segment of our nation’s resources are invested in wars that are seemingly driven- or at least shaped- by religious conflict, I have spent a great deal of time reflecting on God, human nature, and our universal capacity to understand or reject difference. My own family’s religious diversity has […]

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