Holidays at Home

Christmas may have come and gone, but the Christmastime and the Holidays are still going strong. I’m sure many would agree when I say that this year, more than ever, we need to keep up as much holiday cheer as possible. I grew up in a Dominican household between New York and Puerto Rico, so … More Holidays at Home

Spooks & Safety

Halloween is upon us and as we dive deeper into Spooky Season, we also want to be sure to stay safe during the festivities! I’ve teamed up with the City of San Antonio and San Antonio Metro Health to share some tips to have a fun and safe time during Ole’ Hallows Eve. Whether you … More Spooks & Safety

Hispanic Heritage Month: On Being Afro-Latinx

Chances are, if you have Dominican, Puertorican or Cuban heritage, you have African roots in one way or another. The history of the Caribbean is complicated, and rich, painful yet beautiful. Although we don’t have time for a full history lesson today, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I’m happy to share a little bit … More Hispanic Heritage Month: On Being Afro-Latinx

Remembering 9/11

Trigger warning: This post may contain details from the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City that may be disturbing to some. 19 years ago, I was 19 years old and it was a typical Tuesday morning. My parents took the kids to school and went to work. I woke a up a little … More Remembering 9/11