About Us

sgprofileSpanglish Girl is a Latina lifestyle blog, dedicated to producing quality online content from a Latina-American perspective.

We are a group of Latinas–3 sisters and one prima (cousin)–who embarked on a journey to start a webspace, which both embraces and celebrates our Mexican-American identity; Hence the name Spanglish Girl, Spanglish being synonymous with our bi-cultural existence. It is our hope all readers will find our blog to be both informative and entertaining.

Thank you for checking us out!

The Spanglish Girl Bloggistas

Meet The Bloggistas

Monica is the founder and Chief Content Producer for Spanglish Girl. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nevada Las Vegas College of Fine Arts. Her education in art provides her with an in depth understanding of design, color and material use. Her experience and passion for art, crafting, D.I.Y. party decor and design make her our go-to girl for creating all things beautiful for your home and life events.

Monica is the illustrator and co-author of the The Spanglish Girl Problems series and comics.  She  plans to attend graduate school and obtain a master’s degree in Library Science.  She is also a self-taught Latino genealogist, having traced her own Latino ancestry to the 1600′s in Mexico.

In her spare time, Monica enjoys reading, writing, and photography.

Cristina  is the co-founder, Chief Editor and Blogger of Spanglish Girl and Latinas For a Better America, a sister page of Spanglish Girl. Cristina has a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in political science. While in college, she served as president of the Young Latino Democrats and served on the Board of Diversity as a Student liaison.

Cristina’s career experience includes having worked as a paralegal. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time in the outdoors and writing. She is also the author of the Spanglish Girl Diaries and our hit Lo Que La Vida Me Robo novelas blogs, which to date have over 40k views, worldwide.

Spanglish Girl is an alter-ego/personality of our bloggista, Cristina.

Alicia is a self-described lover and expert in all things telenovelas and quinceanera party planning.  On her spare time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.  Among Alicia’s most popular contributions to our blog is her quinceanera DIY blogs.  Her current projects include the development of Spanglish Quince Girl web space, which would be a sister project of Spanglish Girl.

Maria is a contributing blogger in the areas of home, health, self-improvment, family and food.  Among Maria’s passions are traveling, health and self-improvement.  Currently she is overseeing several projects for Spanglish Girl, among them the creation of a Spanglish Girl food and health series. On her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading and traveling.