Marlena’s adoration for both reading and writing paved the way for a Bachelor degree in English from Florida International University.
Before settling in her role as Web Producer for CBSMiami.com, Marlena dabbled in the realms of wellness to real estate, design and retail, utilizing her love of language to capture a brand’s essence by making it bubble by way of savvy copywriting.
Marlena, along with her husband, daughter and dog, currently resides in South Miami.
We’ve all heard the cliché ‘beauty is pain,’ but one woman’s skinny jeans brought-on more pain than she probably bargained for.
Is your youngster a good liar? It may not be such a bad thing, research shows.
Looking to save some money without having to stay home? Give the television a break and take advantage, South Florida, for May is Museum Month.
It’s very often the most common question a pregnant woman hears…’do you have a name?’
Thousands of cribs and baby furniture have been recalled due to a violation of lead paint standard.
Pinecrest has instituted a 30-day warning period for new red light cameras installed at four intersections.
For the past 10 years, growing concerns over childhood obesity has paved the way for more nutritious, healthier foods offered to kids at school. But now the American Academy of Pediatrics wants healthy foods to go beyond cafeteria walls, urging caregivers to focus on the nutritional quality of the foods packed and brought to school.
A vertical climb of 1,576 steps—86 flights—is no match for a Miami resident who willed her way to the top of the Empire State Building in the name of autism.
Running up thousands of steps is not something most would just opt for–especially so if a less-than-60 second elevator ride will carry you to the same destination.