Nov 22, 2014

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WATCH: Advance Your Career as a Blogger {Recorded Webinar}

We want to say a special thank you to everyone who joined us for our first LIVE webinar earlier this week!  We had a great time connecting with you and answering your questions on blogging and business and we hope to add more webinars on blogging to the lineup of ELLA Leadership Network webinars. We […]

Introducing: Aunt Clara (Founder of Dominicancooking.com)

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Boredom is my bane, one of the few things I cannot bear. I started my professional career fresh out of the university with a diploma that accredited me as an industrial designer. Less than two years after my graduation I quit my job. A stroke of serendipity landed me a job in a very different […]

Latina Cooking Blogs – A Mix of Tradition and Technology

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  Even Latina bloggers who don’t consider themselves “food bloggers,” often touch upon the topic and even share recipes. The conversation continues into social media – messages fly back and forth on Twitter and Facebook until everyone is left wanting everything from Salvadoran pupusas, Venezuelan arepas and Mexican tamales to Dominican mangú, Cuban lechon asado, […]

Spotlight on Jennifer Turano: A Latina Artist

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Jennifer, you live in Sweden, can you tell us about being Latina and living in Sweden? I was born here in Sweden. My father is from Argentina and my mother is Swedish, so I’ve basically grown up with two cultures. It’s been difficult at times but also a gift – there is power in being […]

Your Story: Monica of Mommy Maestra, Latina Blogger

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Bits and Pieces Let me tell you a little secreto I learned when I was much younger: I am a jigsaw Latina. A puzzle that has taken 36 years to complete… and I’m not done yet. My entire family has done their best to help me put myself together. But they didn’t always know how, […]

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