Mami (n): /mah-mee/ 1. A person’s mother. 2. A sexy, good looking girl. Most often used for girls of Hispanic descent. 3. An extremely attractive female.
Sili is one of the founding members of Social Influenz, an influential and authentic group of people that are deeply involved in social media and would like to invest in each other’s success through all platforms. It is the place where multicultural and influential meet.
Entrepreneur by morning, student by afternoon, blogger by night and Mami 24/7, Sili’s drive and determination to succeed while helping others is what sets her apart from the rest. She is not only the Chief Executive Mami here at her blog, but she is also the owner and Digital Ninja for Mami Ink Media, a digital services agency specializing in social media management, project management, strategic planning and process improvement. She is an expert in tailoring her services to help you leave your mark in the world.
Selected as one of Latina.com’s top 10 Mommy bloggers this year, My Mamihood was described as “a haven for fashion inspiration, baby concerns, must read books and even tech musings! This blog will keep you reading for hours…”. When not appearing on top 10 lists, Sili loves hanging out with her frog princess, helping others, setting up all-girl Fantasy football leagues, reading and finding new gadgets to play with.
Sili believes that you are your best asset and should build your brand while building your blog.
“I adore my frog princess. She has made me fearless and teaches me many of the lessons that I often pass along. Every day I aim to reach for my bliss and hope I inspire you to reach for yours.
I believe there are no such things as coincidences and living out your dream means reaching for your bliss. On this blog I simply tell it like it is. My experiences, my joys, my grief. My happiness, my sorrows, my gripes with the world and my laughter. Sometimes, my sarcasm. Because they are all part of the plan and by sharing them with you I do my part in keeping us all connected by our shared experiences.
These are my stories (insert Law & Order thumps here).”