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How To Stand Out On Your Next Interview

Some people have asked me advice and suggestions to better prepare when a job interview. I share some that I know from my own experience and I have been good, I hope to help them. · The first task before going to the job interview is to find more details about the company that has applied for employment as its main function, how long they have on the market, achievements and goals etc. This is important because it helps you get an idea of ​​what you can ask. · Bring extra copies of your resume, always takes a couple of extra copies if you need them. · If you have a card, takes a few so you can leave it with the interviewer. You can also make a few on your personal printer. · Practice answers

How Immigration Continues to Evolve

President Barack Obama gave the expected step to request the intervention of the Supreme Court of Justice, to resolve, once and for all, the crucial response to the legality of executive actions regarding the extension of DACA and DAPA adult version. The community of Hispanic immigrants gathered last, before the highest court of the US and reacted with joy upon hearing the appeal filed by the Justice Department against the nine judges of the highest court in the land week. "There is no doubt that executive actions of President greatly benefit our economy and therefore strengthen our country. Their executive actions are not a perfect solution and definitely not a substitute for immigration re

Kitchen Safety is Caring for your Family

At least one in six of us have been or will be a related poisoning preparation, storage or improper cooking of our food. Surely this proportion is even higher among us Hispanics, many of which carry in the veins taste for preparing culinary delights and savor our family. Although we are faithful defenders of our traditions and customs, it is important to follow the latest scientific advice on the care that we must watch when preparing, storing and cooking food. The Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommends four simple steps to protect ourselves: Wash your hands and wash cooking utensils with warm water and soap Separate raw meats and fruits and vegetables other cooked food Cook meats and o

Time for Latina Equality

By Luisa Fernanda Montero A few days ago, the Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid made the following statements on the subject of Equal Pay Day for Latinas. Reid said on the Senate floor, the reality of working women in America is immoral and unjust. He's right. The Equal Pay Day for the Latino woman was held on October 30, is as Democrat said, a day to remember how many days they have to work Latinas to earn the same salary as their colleagues earn do the same job. The fact that Latina women have to work nearly a year and 10 months to earn what their male counterparts earn in a year is unacceptable. There are some states where the situation worsens, but nationally the average Latinas earn 5

Voice Your Vote

2016 is just around the corner and this is an election year. where civic participation of all is the key to make it a successful process, as they are in play the White House, the Senate, the House of Representatives and thousands of elected positions. The demographic and political weight of Latinos is not only growing but increasingly decisive in the outcome of the elections. Experts agree that no politician can get to the White House if you do not get at least 40 percent of the Hispanic vote. In response, the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) this week launched a national campaign to educate Latinos about the importance of voting, especially in those states where our vote

Better be Safe than Sorry

When one speaks of life-threatening conditions, usually think of cancer or cardiovascular disease. However we should not forget that a stealth murderer kills over 36,000 people a year in the United States: Influenza. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported that the emergence of cases of the "flu" has been low so far, but it is extremely important immediate vaccination for all family members, usually because the vaccine takes two weeks reach their full effect. Although the official recommendation is that vaccination is for everyone older than six months, it is particularly important that older people are protected, those with committed health workers or infant immune systems. For the c

Breaking Bread with Mira Digital Influencer

If you are one of those who believe that social networking is just an opportunity to waste time, think again. The conference Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) 2015 held in Washington made it clear that the era of instant communication over the Internet is an excellent opportunity to grow personally and professionally. "Social media is important for all, to do business, to study," says one of its organizers, Yamira Lee Johnson, an entrepreneurial Hispanic American in Orlando, Florida. "We want minority, Hispanics, people who perhaps are having some kind of financial challenges, have access to these tools as well to overcome that to open business." Yamira is a living example of a Hispanic who t

The Power of Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds are no longer only known for those catchy "Chia Pet" infommercials "Chi, chi chia!". This tiny seeds are more complex than just fertile soil for a grass afros. Studies have pointed out that Chia seeds are packed with antioxidants, minerals and vitamis that are crucial to healtly development. Chef Fernanda from shared an interesting article about, Chia Seeds origins and how they were storaged by the Aztecs during food shortage. Chia: Super Food of the Aztecs Super Food of the Aztecs The Chia (Salvia hispanica) is an annual crop in the mint family, descended from Mexico and Guatemala. Chia is one of the four principal crops of the Aztecs. They knew the grea

Hispanic Heritage & Red Meats

The Hispanic Heritage Month in Central Florida, encourages the Hispanic community to celebrate their roots, music, food and family traditions. Although Hispanic influence shines all year round, this is a time when the community unites and celebrate their past, present and plan the future. This is also a time to start a conversation about Hispanic Heritage and Health. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently reported that Cancer, Heart Disease, Stroke and Diabetes are among the top 5 causes of death among the 54 million Hispanics living in the US. Scientist continue to debate how much of the cause is genetic (family history) or environmental (diet, lifestyle). La Red Hispana recently s

Herencia Hispana y las Carnes Rojas

El Mes de la Herencia Hispana en la Florida Central, alienta a la comunidad hispana para celebrar sus raíces, música, comida y tradiciones familiares. Aunque la influencia hispana brilla todo el año, este es un momento en que la comunidad se une a celebrar su pasado, presente y planificar el futuro. Este es también un momento para iniciar una conversación acerca de la Herencia Hispana y Salud. El Centro para el Control de Enfermedades (CDC) informó recientemente que el cáncer, la enfermedad cardíaca, derrames cerebrovascular y la diabetes están entre las 5 primeras causas de muerte entre los 54 millones de hispanos que viven en los EU. Científicos continuan debatiendo qué parte de la causa

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I'm Yamira  Lee "Mira"  Johnson Certified Holistic Life Coach, Licensed Food Safety Manager, &

Wellness Cook.


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