11Dec/17

One Car Experiment, 13 months later

Wow, I’ve been meaning to write an update forever, but there were so many more interesting things for me to write about. However, now that it has been a FULL YEAR thatRead More…

05Dec/17

Enter the New Year with Excitement and Momentum

Watch the video below, and then sign up for the checklist at SmartURL.it/NYChecklistDownload #goalsetting #productivity #BestLifeEver #entrepreneur #mompreneur #AlegreRamos #newyear #newyearresolutions

02Nov/17

Upcoming Events at Whole Foods in Tarzana

I have some fun, cooking demo events coming up. For the latest info, subscribe at SmartURL.it/FollowAlegre and you will receive my DIY Taco Seasoning as my gift to you! Or follow meRead More…

01Nov/17

Aspiring Entrepreneurs Check This Out

DREAMERS Should Apply If you’ve ever dreamed of starting a business, check out what is sure to be an inspiring seminar. Register at DreamBizBlueprint.com Did I mention it’s FREE? Some Background: I’mRead More…

30Oct/17

FREE Inspiring Women’s Business Seminar

DREAMERS Should Apply If you’ve ever dreamed of starting a business, check out what is sure to be an inspiring seminar (I’m one of the speakers *wink, wink*). Register at DreamBizBlueprint.com DidRead More…

27Feb/17

One Car Experiment: Month 5 Update

A Family with One Car, In Los Angeles: It’s been surprisingly easy! When my family embarked on the one car experiment, we agreed to give it a solid try of 3-months beforeRead More…

21Dec/16

Flame-thrower Video Interview with author Mary Marks on “Living Fearlessly”

Mary Marks is an author, community activist, grandmother and mentor. She’s the author of 5-books in the cozy mystery genre and an inspiration to me. See my video interview with her onRead More…

08Dec/16

One Car Experiment Update

ONE MONTH IN It’s been a month as a one car family and honestly, it’s been easier than expected. Here are the 3-reasons it’s worked well for us: I mostly work fromRead More…

18Nov/16

The One Car Experiment

Back in May I saw a panel on how transportation is changing in Los Angeles. I heard a statistic that astounded me: “The average car in LA is parked 22-hours a day.”Read More…