RMHC®/HACER® National Scholarship Program

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ~ Nelson Mandela In this day and age, education is the key needed to open opportunities and possibilities. It transforms a person’s world! Knowing this, I’m always so excited to share scholarship opportunities with you, my readers. If you can not use the […]

National CVS Circular For Week 10/7 #CVSlatina

Latina On a Mission readers receive advance notice of sales at CVS/pharmacy. Advance notice is provided so that you can compare the current week with next week’s circular; thereby, getting the best deal possible! Just don’t forget to use coupons to save even more money by clicking on the link below. Click HERE to print […]

Co-sleeping, Mommy Fail, Pre-Diabetes and a New Doggie Daycare

Dear Readers, Life has definitely been exciting in the Latina household these past few weeks. Karl, my teen, left for college during the last week of August. It was a very emotional time for all of us! The youngest, Andrew, is still adjusting and missing him terribly. (Me too!) We are currently co-sleeping because … […]


ICE AGE 4: CONTINENTAL DRIFT, rated PG, opened nationwide on July 13, 2012. Review I attended the ICE AGE 4: CONTINENTAL DRIFT screening with my tween and one of his classmates.  We were celebrating his classmate’s 12th birthday with a movie and cake. We had a wonderful time! Like the previous Ice Age movies, the latest installment contains […]

The Hunger Games: Enter For The Chance To Win Screening Passes #Burbank #CA

I’ve been anticipating the release of “The Hunger Games” since I read Suzanne Collins’ best-selling novel, the first in a trilogy. Check out The Hunger Games Store  I’m excited to bring you an exclusive opportunity to see THE HUNGER GAMES in Burbank, CA on Wednesday, March 21, two days before it opens in theaters nationwide. […]

NYC Restaurant’s “Grade Pending” Score Explained

I recently discovered what “Grade Pending” signage means for a restaurant in New York City. To bring you up to date, New York City started giving food service establishments, aka restaurants, a letter grade based on the food safety requirements of the New York City Health Code and the State Sanitary Code in mid 2010. I used […]

Wordless Wednesday: Budget Love

Lately, whenever I open my monthly cell phone bill I to cringe. So I have to ask myself, “Do I like you? Do I really, really like you?”     If I do, you’ll get calls before 9pm! How do you save money on your cell phone bill?   Psst, I’m hosting a #muvete Twitter […]

Model/Actress Takes a Swipe at Bloggers

I recently came across this quote in the Daily News Gatecrasher section. As a blogger, I am deeply offended by Christie’s statement which states that the blogosphere is “one of the ugliest places in the world.” Like any other profession, there are always bad apples in a bunch. I also believe that many do not understand […]

Wordless Wednesday: Kiss My Rump!

These seats give new meaning to the term, Kiss My Rump! Happy WW! Feel free to check out the linked photos below.

Rev Your Engines: The Tonka Mod Machines Pickup Vehicle Has Arrived!

I was recently offered the opportunity to review a Tonka Mod Machines System DX9 PICKUP Vehicle. I almost declined the offer believing Andrew, my 9 year old son, would not enjoy it. However, after I gave it more thought I decided to allow a friend of mine to review it. She agreed and told her […]