Spring is upon us and I’m reminded of the tasty, refreshing food I had growing up like ceviche, fresh fruit, and guacamole—all topped off with hot sauce. That’s why I am so excited to share with you this new hot sauce from De La Viuda, made with a 100% traditional Mexican recipe. There are twoContinue reading “Sizzling Spring with The Art of Spice”
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Amor is in the air everywhere I look around. Literally, it’s throwing up Valentine’s Day in every drugstore, corner store, shopping center, you name it! And, I can’t help but stare at a big-eyed pink teddy bear I want gifted to me. The thought creeps into my head, “I wish I had a Valentine”, andContinue reading “Be you. Do you. Love you. Solita Love Tips to get through V-Day.”
I recently revisited one of my all-time favorite movies starring America Ferrera, Real Women Have Curves. I was first introduced to this film back in high school, summer of my sophomore year by my prima. She recommended the film, hinting that I should be confident about my body, that my curves were something worth celebratingContinue reading “Six Lessons from Real Women Have Curves”
Growing up in South Texas, the holidays have always been a special time with traditions like eating tamales, buñuelos, and drinking hot chocolate with my family. It means so much to me now more than ever because I live a six-hour drive away in Austin, TX. Every year I can see that my abuelita’s paceContinue reading “10 Latina-Owned Brands Holiday Gift Guide”
I’ve been gordita all my life and I was bullied growing up. I found myself playing make believe at an early age that I was like Selena Quintanilla Perez. I remember dancing to Selena y Los Dinos songs in my room as a little Tejanita with hair brush in hand, boom box blasting Como LaContinue reading “I dressed like Selena for a week and this is what happened”