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Hi! I'm Lisa and I'm the owner of a Lifestyle blog called NewYorkChica.com. I'm a married mom of 3 children - ages 14, 11 and 5. I've been married for 14 years and I love to travel, read, watch movies and spend quality time with my family. My blog consists of my ramblings of being a Latina mom. I blog about Marriage, Motherhood, Movies, TV, NYC blog events, reviews, products that I love & use, host giveaways, and any events that happen in my life. I participate in Wordless Wednesday every week and I recently created a special weekly post called "Shout-Out Sunday." It's a way to showcase blog posts from around the blogosphere. It's my way of giving back to the blogging community and to show love to my fellow bloggers. If you know of a great read, please don't hesitate to send it my way. I'll be happy to shout them out! Lisa [at] newyorkchica [dot] com.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I blog because it keeps me sane. This is my "outlet" in life because I believe all moms, working or not, should have an outlet besides her family. It keeps us moms from "going crazy"!
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