Journalist, producer & writer focusing on travel, culture, tourism, arts, gastronomy, inclusivity, freelancing, digital nomads, Miami, Spain, Europe, sustainability. Bilingual: English/Spanish
Credit is usually associated with financial transactions, such as getting a bank loan. But the reach and impact of credit extend much further. Having good credit can give you access to better interest rates, improve your chances of being approved for a rental property and offer you peace of mind. For Latinos and Hispanics in the U.S., establishing a positive credit history through means, such as using credit cards, can help families build multigenerational wealth and a stronger financial futures.
Hosting a memorable dinner party is about more than just serving up a few select dishes. At the core, it’s about delighting your guests in a full sensory experience, transporting them to another place by virtue of sight, smell, taste, sound, and touch.
One of the most significant social issues facing Latinos in America is the myriad obstacles preventing them from building a secure financial future. These financial disparities begin with high-interest lending services, insufficient credit history and higher than average student loan debt, among other factors.
If you’re new to this space you might not be aware of the fact that not all of us experience travel in the same way.
Finding a new job is never without its difficulties and if you happen to be looking for a job in another country, the task can feel even more daunting. Not only do you have to deal with the built-in stress of job hunting itself, but you also have consider the logistics and costs of moving overseas which could easily put off even the most adventurous of girls who want to go international.
After Hurricane Maria rocked the island of Puerto Rico in 2017, local businesses have turned to sustainable farming to aid in recovery.
Toddre’ Monier is an international human rights lawyer turned traveler and producer of ‘Off the Beaten Path‘, a web series of her project “Beauty is Universal” and which currently sees her traversing the East African fashion scene in search of the most unique looks and cultural experiences. In this interview Toddre’ shares with us how she used her love of fashion as a starting point for learning about other cultures and seeing the world.
Concept and script I developed for Ramit Sethi's GrowhtLab; pop culture/business tie in.
One thing we love doing is watching our favorite films through an entrepreneurial lens.