The 5 Best Blogs you didn't know were written by Latinas!

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Good Day Regular People

Good Day, Regular People: This might just be one of my favorite blogs out there. Colombian Alexandra Rosas Shultze is not only a talented writer, she's a gifted story teller with many a story to tell and the best part is that she does it through humor, which make her posts not only hilarious, but super enjoyable! The other thing I love about her writing is how brutally honest she is. Alexandra's stories are so enthralling that it's hard to choose a favorite one, but you can always start in her Best Of section, where you'll find her beautiful post on how her husband proposed to her. Twitter: @GDRPempress

Good Day, Regular People: This might just be one of my favorite blogs out there. Colombian Alexandra Rosas Shultze is not only a talented writer, she's a gifted story teller with many a story to tell and the best part is that she does it through humor, which make her posts not only hilarious, but super enjoyable! The other thing I love about her writing is how brutally honest she is. Alexandra's stories are so enthralling that it's hard to choose a favorite one, but you can always start in her Best Of section, where you'll find her beautiful post on how her husband proposed to her. Twitter: @GDRPempress

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Roxana A. Soto is Features Editor for MamásLatinas. She's a bilingual and bicultural journalist born in Peru and raised in Mexico, Argentina, South Africa and Miami. She's also mom to a girl in 3rd grade and a boy in Kinder. She loves books, languages, traveling and good food – especially when cooked by someone else.

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Thank you so much Roxana for the sweet words and feature!  xoxo

What a wonderful, surprising thrill. Thank you so very much. I am humbled and proud to be included with these superstars.
Oops! Her twitter is GDRPempress And she is not only awesome online but in person, too.
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