Latinas Break

Latinas Break

What's life about for a trio of empowered Latinas in the U.S? Celeste, Denny, and Estefania are taking the wheel on the day-by-day challenges Hispanic women experienced while fulfilling the tasks of being moms, entrepreneurs, heads of household, public figures, influencers, etc. You will surely enjoy hearing the insightful take and funny experiences of a Colombian, an Argentinian, and a Venezuelan revealing stories with no filter.

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December 20, 2021 14 min

In this episode, we talked about why 9 of 10 people are never successful in accomplishing their new year's resolutions. Are you setting the bar too high on that diet? , how many books have you read in your lifetime? Ask those questions to yourself, and with your feet on the ground set doable goals so you can be feliz when next year ends.

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In this episode, we talked about the main differences between the Latin American Christmas traditions and how we merge our not to silent night with the US jingle bells. Fiesta, tamales, natilla, fireworks, and the nativity scene taking half of Abuela's living room. Let's get back to those charming memories and celebrate our Navidad must-haves.

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In this episode...we are getting ready for Christmas shopping noticing some stores are practically disappearing the XL or plus sizes. Even worse, our Amigas L or M, are wrong tagged "S" in lots of popular tiendas that are pushing the consumer to believe they simply don't fit under their fashion standards.  

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In this episode...lots of working Latina moms got fortunate to work from home before Covid-19 knocked on our doors, they were in casa long enough to tell us the pro and the cons of everyone's new way of living. Are you saving money and time to be with your loved ones? or is your crying baby not letting you concentrate on your job tasks?. 

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In this episode, we talked about the investigation that led to revealing 12 million documents involving public personalities, politicians, artists and their tax-free fortunes offshore. Stay informed about who got into the Pandora Papers list and why, who are the current latinoamerican presidents under the loop? your favorite musician maybe? legal or illegal activities?, we explain.

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In this episode.. Did you survive the Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp blackout? so did we. We talked about what we did that day, how to overcome staying disconnected from social media, how relevant is "that post" in our moms lifes, and ultimately how to take those giant-crashes to your advantage.

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In this episode... Latino moms are getting ready for this halloween with the most famous 2021 characters, everything from the Netflix must watched shows, the nurses and doctors in front-line post pandemic, to the classic costumes that never get old. We talk about the '50 must' on our list for this year's sweet trick or treat. 

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In this episode.. Did the perception of the American Dream change for the Hispanic community through the years?. If so, why?. We discuss the challenges the Latinx generation is adopting from older groups and how our immigrant community can take advantage of their diversity to better integrate for prosperity. 

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In this episode, we talk about motherhood battles with the grandmas, who's right or wrong when getting your baby calm after crying out loud. Are those secrets from centuries ago still work better than your google search? will find out.  

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In this episode, we discuss the existence of an app for women over 35 looking for a potential dad for their future 'wanted babies'. Will you have a kid with a stranger? and share total responsibility for the rest of your life?. We analyzed the possible outcomes of those scenarios.

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In this episode, we talk about the women who qualified to participate at the Tokyo Olympics while mastering being moms, Ivy League students, and entrepreneurs. 

 

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In this episode, we talk about the difficult situation in Afghanistan, and how women in that country are cornered in a violent world where they have no voice. 

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In this episode we talk about the real Latino economic power and what we represent by the numbers. We analyze how Hollywood may portrait a Latino stereotype vs the real jobs Latinos are handling nowadays. 

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In this episode we talk about the challenges that the LGBTQ community still faces in the everyday. We open a dialogue about the legislation that promotes equality in US schools and the controversy generated by some parents that want the Welcoming School Program to be removed and never be taught to their children.


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In this episode we share the "must do" list when raising children within a multicultural household. If you want your babies to speak three languages with no issues our hosts will share the secret to achieving that goal by following easy steps in your daily routine. 

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In this episode we share our experience delivering our babies within the same week. We talk about the myths of c-sections, and how to overcome critics when raising your newborn.

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In this episode Latinas Break reflect on how women remain more likely to handle certain household jobs, the cooking and cleaning still on the working mom latina agenda. What to do and how to handover the tasks to your husband. Plus US men vs the rest of the world on doing the laundry at home. 

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May 19, 2021 17 min

In this first episode we launch our “Latinas Break” talking about the impact behind social media posts vs reality and how Hispanic women in the US deal with it .

We tell you about an app that allows you to cheat to save your marriage, and the meaning behind codependency. 


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