New Website Speaks To Middle-Aged Hispanic Women In Their Own Language

The creators of Forty-something.com, the award-winning community website for women in their forties, have announced the launch of www.40ymas.com: a Spanish language weblog for middle-aged Hispanic women.

The new website was created to offer Spanish-speaking women over forty a useful online source of advice and information on the issues they want to find out more about. Structured in a blog format, the posts cover subjects related to style, beauty, parenthood, wellbeing, work, love, and more.

"We are very excited to launch 40ymas.com. The international Spanish-speaking community of women over forty embraced Forty-something.com with so much enthusiasm that we decided to create a dedicated space for them. The articles on 40ymas.com are tailored to the specific interests and desires of the modern Hispanic woman and the response so far from the readers has been very rewarding," said Blanca Garcia, editor and creator of Forty-something.com and 40ymas.com.


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