I know I’m always talking about defining success on your own terms. You may even think I’m obsessed with that, and you may be right. I am of the belief that our societal desire to define success is part of
I’ve been thinking about vlogging for quite a while. It’s not a foreign concept to me because I used to do videos all the time in my former life as a web developer with my company Designed 2 Impress, Inc… Keep reading…
Have you ever been in a situation in your life that isn’t in alignment with who you are, and who you want to be? Back in 2005, I decided to become a mompreneur and launch my home-based business… Keep reading… because even
The room was full, all eyes on me, and I was in the middle of telling my story. The audience was silent, fully engaged, listening attentively the words that described the hardship of my childhood in the Dominican Republic. She
Empowering moms is one of the main aspects of my trifold mission, and as women, especially women of my Latina heritage, we are often trained to give our power away. This shows up in having loose boundaries, settling for less,
I had the honor of covering Steve Harvey’s Act Like A Success conference in Washington D. C., a life-changing event presented by Strayer University, as part of “The Success Project… Keep reading…;” a movement that has the purpose to remove perceived
Even before I became I mom, I had the desire to raise empowered children who would pursue success in all areas of life: health, wealth, knowledge, spirituality, connections and relationships, and more!
Of course, I didn’t know that my journey