A career in media isn't easy. Job opportunities? Slim. Layoffs? Almost guaranteed. Financial stability? Lol. As millennial and gen z journalists, content creators, social media experts and communications​ professionals, we face an ever-changing media landscape, one that is increasingly replacing full-time positions, which often include healthcare benefits and 401(k)s, with freelance gigs, which offer freedom with a side of uncertainty and anxiety about your future. But this doesn't have to be the case for you. 


Having worked at a magazine that shuttered and being laid off at not one but two outlets, I know how defeated one can feel in this industry. But while every job loss chipped away at my passion and confidence (reminder: layoffs have zero to do with your job performance. You're amazing. It's the business that blows.), I was receiving lessons I couldn't recognize at the time -- particularly, how to be a kick-ass freelancer. While many struggle to make this new reality work for them, I excelled, and although I won't dismiss my talent and industry connections as contributors to my success, my triumphs largely come from being a hustler with smarts and heart.


Now, I want to help you.  

  • Yo Misma Fui Mi Ruta. 


    Thinking about taking on freelance media and communications work full time or as a side hustle? Let me break down the good, the bad and the ugly, and together, let's find a solution that works for you. Like Puerto Rican feminist and revolutionary poet Julia de Burgos said, we make our own paths, bbs.

  • Freelance Writing 101


    Need help breaking into the world of journalism or content creation? I can provide you with the freelance writing insight and assistance you need to kick your new career path or side project off right.

  • Let's Get Organized!


    Trying to keep your head above water with the 27 assignments you forgot were due today? Let's get you organized (it's my biggest key to success).

  • Goodbye, Financial Fears.


    Concerned about your financial future? I was, too, before I got my ish together. I want to help you come up with a plan to get your business (yes, if freelancing is your main gig, then you are self-employed, love.) expenses down, your taxes in order and your savings a priority. After all, planning ahead is how you will survive the setbacks of this unconventional career and actually enjoy your retirement.  

Inquire now for quality consults from someone who gets you and gets "it."

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