The Buzz from Cafecito Listeners – Testimonials

Love shouts from people who listen to our podcast… Tina Orlandini – Today, in celebration of Rosangel Perez’s earth day, I’m sharing a beautiful resource she’s put out into the world: Cafecito Break Podcast – a chance to pause and listen to meaningful and relevant conversations that range from self-care and wellness to community and social issues.Continue readingThe Buzz from Cafecito Listeners – Testimonials

Saying Yes to Yourself – with Ruthie and RA

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” ~ Steve Jobs

Celebrating 6 years! Thank you!!

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The way you get meaning into your life
is to devote yourself to loving others,
devote yourself to your community around you,
and devote yourself to creating something
that gives you purpose and meaning
– Mitch Albom

Since 2011, we have hosted private and public community Cafecito Break events which included a Speaker series and local community gatherings. Since 2012 we have produced independent critical thinking community podcasts based in Brooklyn called Cafecito Break.

Last year in 2017, Cafecito Break teamed up with local community groups and businesses. Together we hosted four Donation/Relief Drives for hurricane and earthquake victims of Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Mexico. We hosted a clothing drive for Dominican Republic and we raised a small amount of money via our shop Botanikal that went to a small farm in Puerto Rico. 

We also volunteered our time and co hosted local Festivals and local Community Benefits for Puerto Rico.
In addition, we organized two “podcast” holiday market socials that brought artisans and entrepreneurs together.
(We will do this again this Nov and Dec). 

In Feb 2018, Alex and Rosangel started hosting Cafecito Wednesdays at Beehive – a Live Podcast at a local restaurant in Williamsburg called Beehive Oven Biscuit Cafe.  It’s a great oppty to be neighborly, enjoy some great food and support a local business.

People love what they experience.Cafecito Break Podcast and events attract a soulful like minded loving communal vibe. They are healing to the soul on so many levels.

How can you help you ask? One way is to make an appreciation donation to Cafecito Break.
There are addtional ways… Feel free to be wild and crazy and try them all.
To make a contribution/donation to Cafecito Break Podcast
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Shop at our Merch shop: La Marketa via Tee Spring

Our vision calls for a healthy budget for marketing, promotions, promotional materials, a higher investment in hosting platforms, new equipment, a stronger website, host and co host honorariums, and more.
In addition, we seek to raise money to create these community events that bring people together and energize our continued message of how important it is to support home and local.

We welcome your support, advice, tips, contributions, suggestions, recommendations.
And we look forward to sharing some behind the podcast stories that reveal why Cafecito Break is so very special to us.

Thank you in advance. RA, Alex, and Ruthie – Holistic Mystic Critical Thinking Mamacitas

About – Cafecito Break is an independent podcast based in Brooklyn that hosts authentic live conversations about the great awakenings in spirituality, health, love, politics, society, relationships, and the occult. Established in 2012. Produced by the Perez Sisters and Hosted by Rosangel, Alex, Ruthie and Special Guest Co Hosts.


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