Entries by Rebecca Aguilar


Organize Your Life Using Pizza Boxes

In case you didn’t know, you may organize your life using pizza boxes in a creative way. I’m like my mother, I keep everything. And then on top of that, I’m a crafter—so I have lots of crafting tools: scissors, scrapbooking paper, rubber stamps, and knitting needles. I’m also a reporter, so I tend to […]


DIY Christmas Cards With a Latin Touch

Why not make your own Christmas cards to sustain the environment and save money? When I was a full-time television reporter, I had hundreds of business contacts. These were people who I had to put on my Christmas list. So one year, I decided I needed about 200 Christmas cards to send out to my […]


How to Manage Your Social Media Accounts

Managing all your social media accounts can seem daunting, but there’s a way to do it easily! It can be overwhelming when you have dozens of conversations going on at the same time on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and any other social media network. These days, many of us have a couple of Twitter handles and […]

Twitter Etiquette: No Raunchy, Ridiculous, or Rude

Once you get the hang of Twitter, it can be rather addictive. A virtual conversation in 140 characters or less becomes an easy, fun way to communicate. But when you look at all of the tweets from your tweeps (people who twitter), how many are actually getting on your nerves? When it comes to Twitter […]


Kid Friendly Las Vegas: It Exists!

Las Vegas may be known as “Sin City,” but nowadays it looks more like “Kid City.” In the new, kid friendly Las Vegas, you’re bound to see parents hand-in-hand with their children. Whether they’re walking down Las Vegas Boulevard or walking the shops of one of the popular hotels, children are a big part of […]


When Grandpa Moves In

Our family is a statistic in the U.S. Don’t be startled. It’s a good thing. We’re part of the “Sandwich Generation,” a group that cares for their children and their elderly parents at the same time. The National Alliance for Caregiving says more than 10 million adults over the age of 50 in the U.S. […]