It is a glamorous night for the Oscars Award and I feel like a producer I am a type A personality individual. No use in hiding or denying it. If it weren’t for me being Type A, I probably would not have reached my current and expected future […]
I love to travel, try new foods (both simple and "exotic"), ingest caffeine, and watch political news coverage. Im a big pop culture junkie who isnt afraid to say she loves "In Touch" Magazine! A social marketing expert and psychologist by training who works in the public health field trying to bring a little common sense to it all.
All the world is my television and I like to provide commentary on it.
Oscar Songs on my Mind: I’ve had the time of my life A few decades back, I was in high school learning to survive on my own. Doing my own laundry was a novelty. Not having all my clothes come out with pink streaks was a major accomplishment. […]
Don’t Pity me Because I walk everywhere: I am a cool New Yorker like that Every day I wake up to the sound of a little boy saying “mom, mom, mom. Are you awake.” Groggily I get up and go heat some milk up for him and […]
Yes! The Olympics are over. Now we can go back to our regularly scheduled programming. Our selfie obsession has now officially spread to animal kingdom realm. Animals have been stealing cameras and taking selfies in the forests. It’s been a weird work week for me. Quiet surreal […]
The Psychology of Scooby Doo Friends in the Workplace: Piety, Problem-solving and Paranoia Scooby Doo is the longest running cartoon in US history. Since it started airing in 1969 it has never been off the television sets, including first run episodes and syndication. The very first episode titled […]
Bomba Y Plena: Dancing Whimsy at a Leadership Development and Training Event I grew up in the South Bronx in a fairly predominant Puerto Rican neighborhood. We would do parrandas (a version of caroling) around the Christmas holidays and drink coquitos. However, it was not until I went […]
A blaze of comfort on a crowded plane with crying babies and grumpy passengers I hold on tightly to the little toy. I finger the heels and a wistful smile spreads across my face. Anyone watching me, although everyone is deep into their iPad or cell phone, would […]
The prophetic nature of my Puerto Rican dreams I come from a highly superstitious family. Every body part, for example, has some superstition attached to it. Itchy palms means money is headed one’s way and ringing ears means someone is talking about you. White fingernail spots means […]
The Psychology behind My Favorite Museums from my Life Experiences and World Travels Having grown up in New York City and having lived in Washington, DC I have been immensely spoiled when it comes to museums. Ever since I can remember, I have been going to the Metropolitan […]
Never having had a birthday party I worry about how to throw one for my son All weekend long I have been fretting because my year-old son has been sick. It appears that a cookie he bought on his own at the school bake sale was a bit […]