10 Tips to Prevent Spider Veins and Varicose Veins

Years ago, I had spider veins and varicose veins. My long work hours, combined with the stress of single motherhood, contributed tremendously to my unsightly legs. I hated wearing shorts or skirts. I refused to show my legs. I was so embarrassed. Finally, I decided to take matters into my own hands and went to […]

Life is an Adventure with Keds #KedsSteps!

I’ve never been a heels kinda girl, much to my Mami’s dismay, which means stylish flats are my holy grail of shoes. That’s why when I became a Latina on a Mission Contributor and had the opportunity to review the latest Keds, I was beyond excited. Life is an adventure with Keds! Their  diverse range […]

3 Life Lessons to Take into the New Year

With the year coming to a close,  I wanted to share 3 life lessons to take into the new year.  I have to admit this past year has come with quite a few blessing and problems. Sometimes, the problems seemed to outweigh the blessings. With 4 oral surgeries, my son’s school accident – Tween now […]

#Giveaway: FROZEN Screening Passes (10 Winners!)

Here at Latina On a Mission, we’re excited to offer you a chance to see the Disney animated movie, Frozen, before the general public. We’re also super excited, as Latina Bloggers, that Demi Lovato’s song, Let it Go, is featured (It is fierce, btw!). Ten (10) Latina On a Mission readers will receive a family […]

#KedsStep: Keds Never for the Dull and Boring

Nani, the newest Latina On a Mission contributor, could never be called dull and boring. Sassy, yes. Stylish, all the time. But, never, ever, dull and boring! That’s why she was the perfect person to sample, and review, the latest Keds. Because, #KedsStep is never for the dull and boring! Immediately after applying to become […]

Sponsored: Good Food + Good Products Crucial to #Hispanic Cultura (#Giveaway)

The author received sample products to facilitate this giveaway. However, this in no way influenced the author’s opinions. Her love of Hispanic cuisine, and the products needed to create those scrumptious meals, was established years ago. Food was a huge part of my life growing up. Although my Mom did not like to cook (and […]

Tuesday Shoesday: Blue Peppy’ Bootie

It’s Tuesday ShoesDay, a day when we focus on one of my loves – shoes! Each week we will showcase shoes found around the web, highlighting those we think are Latinaliciously chic. Join us! Understated enough for the office, yet sexy enough for after work, this ‘Peppy’ Bootie from Nine West will have others doing […]

Sponsored #Giveaway: Diversity On Demand Hispanic Heritage Prize Pack

UPDATE: I have amended the giveaway to reflect a change in prizing. The prize pack includes a $100 Visa Gift Card, not the originally referenced product gift certificate. Latina On a Mission has partnered with Diversity on Demand to bring you the Sponsored Giveaway: Diversity On Demand Hispanic Heritage Prize Pack. As a Latina, I’m […]

6 Ground Rules for Families and Friends of Small Business Owners

 I am a Latina Blogger, Small Business Owner and social media consultant. At any given moment I can be found juggling 3 or 4 tasks. It’s part of the lifestyle and I love it. Starting your own business has its perks. You can set your own hours and spend more time with loved ones. Not. This […]

Bilingual #PurplePurse Twitter Party

I’m excited to announce that Latina On a Mission has teamed up with the Allstate Foundation, Latina Blogger Connect, Deborah Deras, Adriana Castro, and Jeanette Kaplun to host a sponsored Twitter Party! We’ll be discussing a very important topic – Domestic Violence. Domestic violence impacts millions, occurring more than 145 times each hour in the […]