Finding a good balance between our daily obligations and the time we spend with our family is very important to us. That’s why we have created a space where you can find tips and articles to help create tighter bonds with your family, ideas to celebrate your biggest occasions and topics on maintaining and passing on your culture.
Holidays & Celebrations
Birthdays are like personal holidays. And since everyone has a birthday, there are lots of little holidays scattered all throughout the year to make it sweeter.
Carnival, Lent & Easter Season
The spring holidays bring a season of contrasts, from the wild abandon of Carnival to the somber, repentant time of Lent, to the bright festivities of Easter Sunday.
Christmas and Three Kings Day
The religious significance of Christmas is nearly universal in the Hispanic world. But the tradition of gift-giving as a celebration has many different forms...
Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day... that's September 16th. It is actually the day that commemorates Mexico's victorious battle against the impressive French Army...
Day of the Dead and Halloween Traditions
On November 2 Mexicans all across the country honor their deceased relatives on Day of the Dead.
Many Easter customs have become part of our culture and a celebration for children.
Easter Egg Hunts
No Easter celebration is complete without an egg hunt for children.
Enchanting Halloween Family Fun
Happy Halloween! It’s the night when ghosts and goblins, princesses and pirates walk the neighborhood collecting yummy treats!
Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanics have added much to the cultural landscape of not just the United States, but the entire world through the arts.
Holiday Traditions! Holiday Fun!
From warm family dinners to large festivities, the holiday season is filled with special moments, beloved traditions...
A brief history on the traditions of merienda and essentials for hosting your own.
Latin American Independence Day
The History of Latin America is marked by larger-than-life revolutionary figures. Miguel Hidalgo was a Roman Catholic Priest who, late at night on September 15, 1810, rang his church bell in Mexico City to assemble the townspeople and call for independence.
Mother's and Father's Day
Once a year we make special time to honor the people that gave us life, raised us throughout our lives and have given us so much.
For us Latinos, how do we celebrate these holidays and what does being American mean? As we become a larger and larger percentage of the population in the United States (estimated at almost 15%), this becomes a more and more important question – not just for us, but for the country as a whole.
Sweet Candy Wreath
You'll "love" making this very sweet wreath to hang on your door or in your kitchen for Valentine’s Day!
There are many different ways of celebrating Thanksgiving. What does Thanksgiving mean to you?
Valentine's Day Traditions
There are as many different ways to celebrate Valentine's Day as there are different people you love. How do you celebrate the people you love?