How to finance your business as a first-gen Latina

Financing your business as a first-gen Latina

I am starting a business with no money. My first business taught me how to finance my business ideas as a first-gen Latina. And right away, I knew it would take more than money – it would take believing in myself and that I would make enough money in my business to pay any debts […]

Party Rental Business: Why did I start one?

Introduction Starting a business is daunting, especially when you have no prior experience or guidance. In August 2018, I took a leap of faith and embarked on a journey to start my first business—a party rental business. Little did I know that this venture would teach me valuable lessons about entrepreneurship, shape my perspective on […]

Oldest Sister Providing Financially for her Family.

Introduction: A First-Gen Professional’s Journey of Financial Learning and Setting Boundaries In August 2017, I started my first “professional” job as a high school teacher. I was the first person in my family to go to college and have a salary. A steady salary meant it would help me help my family. As the eldest […]