I’ll say it. Finances are taboo among Latinas. We were brought up thinking that talking about money was not OK. I’m not exactly sure why. Some Latinas I have spoken to about it say ...
It’s a new year and everyone is making resolutions they don’t intend to keep. The whole thing about resolutions is really consistency and setting realistic goals. Instead of making resolutions, why not find new ways ...
I’ll say it. Finances are taboo among Latinas.
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