OK, so you’ve tried everything to lose those sticky pounds: bypassing the elevator and going up 5 flights of stairs; attending boring meetings at Weight Watchers; and using your baby as a curl bar. You’ve even tried your mom’s secret recipe drink, full of strange roots and a funny smell. Pero no nada. The scale [...]
Book Pages is our weekend book series where we share pages from books we love, and let you decide if you want more. Today’s featured books is “A Is For Admissions” by Michele A. Hernandez, EdD, the former assistant director of admissions at Dartmouth College. If you want your child to be a competitive applicant [...]
Mentoring Hermanas is a Q & A platform on Facebook where your burning questions are answered by a group of professional Latina women — supporting our hermanas one question at a time. To submit your question, click here. Ask a Professional: ”I Have Been Trying to Lose Weight. I’m Apple Shaped. What is a Healthy [...]
Ask a Professional: “I have a Marketing degree, but never did internship. How can I get hands-on experience now?
Mentoring Hermanas is a Q & A platform on Facebook where your burning questions are answered by a group of professional Latina women — supporting our hermanas one question at a time. To submit your question, click here. Question: “I obtained my B.S. in marketing 3 years ago. I did not have the opportunity to [...]
Celina Sotomayor Watch Angélica Pérez-Litwin, publisher of New Latina, Jennifer Pons, Lauren Hand and Kelly Wallace on the iVillage Turbo Talk, speaking candidly about the women who inspire them (Hint — one is related to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor!); how they find that elusive balance so many of us are constantly seeking and whether a [...]
This week’s topic, or challenge, is setting and achieving goals. I have received so many emails from friends and readers telling me how difficult it is to set achievable goals. Others tell me that they just have too many goals and don’t know which one to tackle. Others find themselves totally confused about what it [...]
This post has no photograph. And it is on purpose. This one is about you, me, women and mothers, and it is about fear. As women, we might have come a long way (baby…) but fear continues to have an oppressive role that weaves through all areas of our personal, professional and social lives. No [...]