2014 RMHC High School Scholarship Program

A scholarship can open doors and opportunities for students. Knowing this, Latina On a Mission is always excited to share scholarship information with you, our readers! If you can not use the information yourself, please share it with others who can. There are currently four different RMHC scholarship programs available: RMHC®/ASIA (Asian Students Increasing Achievement) RMHC®/African […]

Keep Calm and Sleep On #HPSummerPhotoFun

With school in full swing, and the Tween out of the apartment, I’ve finally found the time to sort through most of my summer photos. I have to admit I had an incentive. I’m working with HP on my #HPSummerPhotoFun! However, rest assured all opinions are my own. This year I plan on printing a […]

Tuesday Shoesday: Purple Pointed Toe Wedge Boots

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! Enzo Angiolini Pointed Toe Wedge Boots – Dagen High Heel Color seems to be hot this season. And in these purple […]

Students Deserve a Fighting Chance #healthyedu

This post is part of the National School Lunch Week with Healthy Food! A MomsRising Blog Carnival. Take a moment to read and comment on this and other thoughtful blogs, then tell MomsRising your story. Our stories, yours and mine, are powerful and are what led administrators to set these rules in place. His morning […]

10 Easy Tips for Creating a Home Sanctuary

As a busy Latina Blogger, founder of the Stiletto Blogger Network and a freelance writer, I need a refuge that is cost-effective and won’t break the bank. If you’re anything like me, I’m sure you feel the same way. We may not be able to run away from our responsibilities, but we can surely create […]

Back to School with Radio Disney Stars Chloe and Halle Bailey

As a member of Everywhere Society, I had the opportunity to attend a sponsored fashion event at Macy’s this week. The event, hosted by Disney, included Disney celebrities Chloe and Halle Bailey. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own. Macy’s Herald Square in Manhattan was full of screaming, giggling, über excited kids this week. […]

Tuesday Shoesday: BCBGeneration Suede and See Through Pumps

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! BCBGeneration ‘Cynthia’ PumpI discovered these beauts while searching sales on Nordstrom. These unique suede and see-through pumps by BCBGeneration make them […]

Pick Up School Supplies at Staples + $25 Giveaway #StaplesHasIt

The author received sample products to facilitate this review/giveaway. However, this in no way influenced the author’s opinions. Her love of Staples was established years ago. Now that my sons have started school, I’ve received classroom shopping lists. From crayons to pencils, paper to binders,  anti-bacterial lotion and even toilet tissue, many schools lack the […]

“Haz La U” (“Make the U”) Scholarship for Hispanic High School Students

At Latina On a Mission, we know the value of an education! It not only opens minds, it opens doors. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we want to share with you some information about the “Haz la U” Scholarship for Hispanic high school students, in the hopes that it will encourage them on their […]

Latina Power at Cosmo Latina’s Fall Fashion Issue Party

Last week, we were super excited to attend the Cosmo For Latinas Fall Fashion issue party at the Lilium Lounge -W Hotel in Union Square, NYC. Let me tell you–choosing an outfit for this bash was not easy. I literally bought a dress two hours before the fiesta. Talk about fashion emergency (and leaving things for […]