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2020 what a year! (a long ass year!) For the good and the bad, I still had some memories that I wanted to share to recap the year that 2020 was.   Visiting El Salvador for the first time After 29 years of waiting, my mom and I planned a

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Need some holiday cheer in your closet? Just because we can’t go out, doesn’t mean we can’t get dressed up! These are my go-to outfits that will get you in the holiday spirit. If you are looking to support a local business, Boutique 4 in Mountain View carries my favorite

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Last year I did a blog post sharing my top memories from the past year. I want to make this an annual blog post to kick off the new year. So lets take a look back on my top memories from 2019, because there are some good ones!   Celebrating

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I attended my first We All Grow Summit this year and in this blog post I’m sharing my experience and why you should attend next year. First off, What is We all Grow? “It is the go-to professional conference for Latinas in the digital space. They are a sisterhood of

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What better way to kick off the summer season but with an epic party! Well, that is what Park Winters did with their 2nd annual Summerland event. I was lucky enough to be invited once again to spend the day at their gorgeous property soaking in all the sunshine! Park

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If you didn’t know, I love thrift shopping. So it’s great that now in 2019, thrift shopping is becoming more mainstream. By shopping second-hand, we are reducing our carbon footprint. While thrift shopping can usually be expensive, I have found that places like thredUP are making it easier than ever

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So, what does International Women’s Day/Women’s History Month mean to me? Well, I have more of a connection as a get older. I see the struggles that past Women had to go through in order for us now, in the present to have the opportunities we have. Also, I see

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Well, it’s only taken me the whole month of January to write up my top memories from the past year. I love reflecting back and see how much I have changed and improved throughout the year. After digging through my computer and scrolling through Instagram I finally picked my favorites.

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For the past three years, my friends and I head over to Downtown San Jose for the Día San Jose festival, in celebration of Día de Los Muertos. I get to paint my friend’s faces for the festival, enjoy good company and admired the alters people have built to remember their loved