Pauline Campos Celebrates a Year at Latina Magazine

Pauline Campos Celebrates a Year at Latina Magazine

Pauline Campos from Aspiring Mama recently celebrated her first anniversary as Latina magazine's #Dimelo advice columnist. The company's combined readership for web and print has grown from around 3 million to 4.5 million in that time, and she is beyond excited to have realized her long time dream of becoming a columnist.

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Sara Tetreault's article, "The No. 1 Trick to Paying Less for Beauty," was featured in an article in More magazine. Sara blogs at Go Gingham, Stylishly Frugal Living.

Kelly Dotson from The Essence of Home had her house featured in the  Fall 2014 edition of Romantic Country magazine, available on newsstands now.

Jamie Gall from Minnesota Girl in the World was selected as a 2014 Davinci Wine Storyteller Finalist. Voting is open through July 31st, and the winner of each category will enjoy a trip to Italy for a week this fall.

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