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Olga Rosales Salinas

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Olga Rosales Salinas is Managing Editor for San Francisco Bay Area Moms. As a freelance writer and journalist, her articles have been published nationally by Palabra, National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Her debut collection of poetry and prose, La Llorona, was published by Birch Bench Press in August of 2021. Her monthly column "Thriving While Anxious" is featured @ Jumble & Flow. In 2019 her philanthropy and activism began with a non-profit benefiting first-generation and immigrant students, The Rosales Sisters' Scholarship. She has had spotlights in the following podcasts and radio stations; Los Sotelos Podcast, The Hive Poetry Collective @ksqd.org, Walk the Talk Podcast, "Making a Difference with Sheetal Ohri" on Bolly 92.3 FM, and Roll Over Easy @BFFdotFM Radio.
Créatif, Summer Camps, and Inspiration

Créatif, Summer Camps, and Inspiration

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In the last eight weeks, my boys have participated in four summer camps; Spanish camp, soccer camp, music/band camp, and golf camp. It's been fun and exhausting for various reasons. As a reprieve, one...
Reimagined Ghirardelli Chocolate Experience

Reimagined Ghirardelli Chocolate Experience & Upcoming Hot Fudge Sundae Day (7/25) BOGO Deal!

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On May 20th, the Reimagined Ghirardelli Chocolate Experience Store opened in Ghirardelli Square! Aquatic Park, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Ghirardelli Square have always been beautiful landmarks that my family and I enjoy visiting. So, when...
We haven’t had a microwave in 8 years. Will the dishwasher be next?

We Haven’t Had a Microwave in 8 Years. Will the Dishwasher be Next?

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Recently my friend and fellow SFBAM contributor, Jeanne Hizon, penned a column about the ten days her family spent without a microwave. It reminded me that household appliances like microwaves serve two purposes: speed...
A Magic Show and Revolutionary Act

A Magic Show and Revolutionary Act

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Who was your favorite magician when you were a kid? Did you see one that made you believe in magic? When I was a kid, our family went to see the circus in town. I...
Marriage, Golf and The Weekend

Marriage, Golf, and The Weekend

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Golf came into our family life two years ago. My husband went from dedicated BBQ Dad (a National Carne Asada Championship winner, to be exact) to a golfer Dad. When the transition between BBQ...
How to Teach Your Kids a Second Language

How to Teach Your Kids a Second Language

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Have you always dreamt of having a dual language-speaking family? I grew up on the central coast of California as a first-generation Mexican American, and there everyone seemed to speak two languages. Later, when...
Notes On War and Pulling at the Strings of Humanity

Notes On War and Pulling at the Strings of Humanity

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In sixth grade, an English teacher talked to us about war. He said that his war experience wouldn't be the same for us - because of the internet and technology. He said we'd never...
On Freelance Work

On Freelance Work

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There are many reasons why people don't follow their dreams. Some of them are financial, most are about information and representation. Below, I explain the hurdles I had to overcome in order to live...

Scrolling Through the Comment Section of Macho Male Tropes

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Editor’s Note: This is the third post in a series on toxic masculinity. If you have questions or advice please comment below. There is no shortage of toxic masculinity represented in the online comments section...
Mom’s Mealtime Helper for Back to School

Mom’s Mealtime Helper for Back to School

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Do you ever watch those fitness videos on social media where the extra slim (and somehow also tall) mom prepares three weeks' worth of food into fifteen containers onto her counter, then looks up...
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