I have a confession to make: I kinda sort of love awards shows. I can’t help it, they’re a celebration of accomplishment and they make me feel happy. Everyone who is there is there because they are being recognized for their talents whether they win or not. On April 25th at 7 pm ET/4 pm PT, Telemundo will air the Billboard Latin Music Awards and I’m sure all of the nominees are thrilled to be recognized and also a little bit nervous. I say: don’t be nervous. Enjoy the moment. Reflect on your success. If you have trouble sleeping the night before the awards show, have a warm glass of milk before bed and drift off to sleep as you focus on how far you have come.
The show isn’t until April 25th, but I am about to give out the Toma Leche Positive Song Award right now, right here on this very blog. What the heck is the Toma Leche Positive Song Award, you say? Well, it is no secret that I like to focus on the positive, that’s just my style. I believe that dreams are achieved by those who are courageous enough to dream them, to believe in a positive outcome. I’m sure all of the Billboard Latin Music Awards nominated artists have spent time dreaming of success. They’ve focused on their dreams and turned them into a reality. I am presenting the Toma Leche Positive Song Award to…
Don Omar for Hasta Que Salga El Sol. That song just makes me want to dance from the moment it starts. I’d say that is a very positive reaction, wouldn’t you? Now you may be wondering what qualifies me to give out a Toma Leche Positive Song Award, well I happen to be part of the California Milk Processor Board’s “Los Grandes Sueños Empiezan…” campaign. They’ve not only sponsored this post, they’ve also given me the responsibility of choosing a song from the list of nominees that makes me feel the most positive. I did not take that responsibility lightly. I listened to the songs and I’m positive I chose the right one for me.
This is part of a sponsored campaign with the California Milk Processor Board and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own.