I hate jerky co-workers. And I can’t respect the bosses who let them get away with it even more so. Check out these 5 Tips On Being a Great Boss
You are reading one super cool blog right at this very moment.
That’s right, I’m officially awesome.
Because the fabulous Tabitha over at ConcreteIslandista has nominated me for a Sunshine Blogger Award, and now I’m more awesome than ever.
Alex Tabar is the founder of Yucalab Digital Media and Latinas in Media, based in New York City. With more than 10 years of experience, Alex has developed a diverse portfolio of projects ranging from entertainment to education, creating content for digital media, television and publications. Alex is YouTube-certified in the “Audience Growth” program and is a fan of Mafalda and Willy Wonka.
April Fool’s Day is one of my favorite online holidays.
Here is a round up of my favorite pranks for 2107.
A friend who wants to start a business recently asked me, “Where do I start?” So I gave her a few tips and a breakdown of the 5 things she will need to work on to get her business going.
Being an entrepreneur has nothing to do with luck. In fact, many are besieged by years and projects’ worth of bad luck, bad ideas and terrible decisions. What defines that entrepreneurial spirit are 5 traits traits.
If you are thinking of “Boosting” a Facebook post or launching a new email campaign, please do yourself a favor and keep reading.
There is a place where I feel completely at peace and energized all at the same time. A place where the crisp, cool wind is a constant reminder of the force that is the Pacific Ocean. The seagulls and colorful houses yards away from the delightful sandy beach are quiet and quaint. The seafood is beyond description.
The place is Newport, Oregon and one of my favorite destinations to dwell and discover.
This day is very important to me, as I believe it is important to recognize and celebrate the contributions made by women through their economic, political and social achievements.
She bowed to me in a Wayne’s World “We’re Not Worthy” gesture.
I acted like a Latina mom.