Cristina Oliveras

Cristina Oliveras is a contributing writer from Florida where she works at a children's hospital as a Respiratory Therapist. Besides working or spending time with her twin toddlers, she likes to read, write, and live the lifestyle of a 65 year old woman.

Recent Articles

I'm Unapologetically Single And Here's Why I'm OK With It

Being single has lost its representation. It's a status you aren't supposed to be comfortable with while you are in this waiting stage for something that has yet to come. It means you're lonely and incomplete. Mainstream belief has persuaded us to t…
By Cristina Oliveras

Loud and Proud: 11 Reasons Why I Love To Honor My Hispanic Heritage

This month marks the beginning of my favorite time of the year. It's a time that brings about a change of season, cooler weather, pumpkin-flavored everything and, best of all, Hispanic Heritage Month. It is this time of year where we look back and ce…
By Cristina Oliveras

Wonder Women: 10 Ways Millennial Moms Are Doing It Differently

This year, it is projected Millennials will surpass Baby Boomers as the nation's largest living generation. We represent approximately 75.3 million of our population, and we are considered the most diverse, connected, educated and creative generation…
By Cristina Oliveras

20 Things I've Learned From Being A Young Mom

There is no book or class out there to prepare you for the adventures you are about to endure as a parent. While today's popular culture encourages reproduction after you have gotten all the desires of weekend drinking, monthly getaways, great sex, p…
By Cristina Oliveras

6 Lessons Everyone Can Learn From Soldiers On Veterans Day

Today is Veterans Day. To a lot of us, it means no school, lots of doorbuster sales and, hopefully, a day off of work. The meaning of Veterans Day can be of little insight to those who have no family members or friends who have served time in the ser…
By Cristina Oliveras

5 Ways We Can Teach Our Children To Be Financially Responsible In The Future

Welcome to the Information Age. We live in a time where you are considered a failure if you don't go to school, get good grades and then land a job as a result of that schooling. Our world today is changing at a speed faster than it has ever changed.…
By Cristina Oliveras