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Go Time: 8 of the Best Family Vacations for Spring and Summer

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UPDATED June 13th, 2018 It’s spring! Finally! And while this warmer, sunnier and more cheerful season is a welcomed change from winter for many people across the country, it also comes with its own challenges, like planning the best family…

Is Vacation Time Disappearing?

Technology and social media have done wonders to free many workers from the confines of office cubicles, allowing us to work from home, from coffee shops, or during a long commute. Unfortunately, all of this freedom comes with a down side—our…

Recent Grads Rejoice: The Job Market is Improving

Recent grads have reason to celebrate more than just making through the last four years of school. The job market continues to improve with hiring for those possessing a bachelor’s degree expected to surge up to 10 percent in 2012. This infographic…

How to Ace Your Next Job Interview

An employer must sift through sometimes thousands of resumes before selecting the few to call. And after a phone interview, only a handful are chosen for that coveted in-person interview. When you receive that call, it can definitely seem…

Why Women Must Be Financially Savvy

Women have got to take personal finance seriously. According to Vital Health and Statistics a Latina’s life expectancy at birth is 83. During those years, Latinas fall financially short, whether single or married. In 2010 the Insight Center…

What Caine’s Arcade Teaches Us About Modern Parenting

Is it possible that the parenting guru my generation so desperately needs is a dude who sells used car parts out of a store in East L.A.? Can it be that George Monroy with his goatee and receding hairline—who gave his 9 year-old some cardboard…

Hispanicize Founder, Blogger, PR Pro and Mom: Angela Sustaita-Ruiz

Angela Sustaita-Ruiz is a woman who knows how to juggle. The Texas native of Mexican descent is the mother of three, and is expecting another child this summer. But in addition to being a mom, Angela is also the co-founder of Latina Mom…

How to Deal with Taxes, Money and Family

How can a tax return remind you about love? Most financial planners use an individual’s tax return to extrapolate financial information to help them create a financial plan. We use a person’s tax return to extrapolate the amount of love…

Jobs, Education Top List of Concerns for Latina Moms

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A woman-on-the-street survey of Latina moms in California mirrored the findings of The Mamiverse Study of Online Latina Moms and New Media, unveiled this week, showing that jobs, education, health and immigration are among the most important…

How Relocating Could Advance Your Career

If you are one of the many Americans looking for work, things are still pretty rough out there. After all, the unemployment rate in the United States, while up slightly, was still 8.3% in January. Even if you are currently employed and looking…