Let’s Fill The Truck with Toys for Kids in Need

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Disclosure: As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I’ve received product samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. One of the things I want to make sure my two kids understand is that there are lots of children who are not as fortunate as they are — especially this time of year when the words “I want” become part of their daily lexicon. That’s why we adopted aRead More ...

International Women’s Day: Empowering Women Together

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Today we join in the celebration of International Women’s Day with joy and a great outlook for a future where women across the globe will enjoy the same access to equality and girls can grow up to live to their full potential. However, the reality is that women are still much more likely than men to be poor and illiterate. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in an article yesterday that, “No country can get ahead if it leaves half ofRead More ...

A Peek Into Our Lunch Box

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I have to admit that packing a lunch box for Camila every single day has been more challenging than I imagined. She just started school back in September, but it seems like I’m still getting the hang of it all and the snack and lunch box are my biggest challenge. When she was in preschool I had a lot more options because I could serve her warm meals and the teachers could heat it up for her. Now, she barelyRead More ...

Healthy Snacks for A Healthy Weekend

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One of the things I love about living in Los Angeles are the incredibly fun options we have to choose from every single weekend. Really, in how many cities do you have weekends when you can choose between ir a la playa o a la nieve, and both are just a short car trip away? This last weekend was one of those. I had just finally started to feel better after spending a whole week in bed with that flu,Read More ...

Create a Magnetic Wall for Your Bilingual Child

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Like any child her age, my 6-year-old daughter Vanessa brings home all kinds of art projects that end up covering the entire refrigerator door. She usually likes to take some of the stuff to display in her room too, but I don’t really like how the walls of her room looks with all those push pins. So when I learned through Walmart’s Projects Made Simple that there’s a super easy way to make a section of a wall (or anyRead More ...

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