I use the pen name ‘Su Prieta.’ This name is literally translated ‘his brown girl.’ My husband is of Puerto Rican descent and when speaking to me, his African-American wife, he will say, affectionately, ‘mi prieta’ or ‘my brown girl.’ Thus, when referring to myself, I am Su Prieta.
Aspire to Grace
Aspire to Grace is an outlet for me to offer valuable discussion in areas impacting my life outside of my profession. The name comes from my own aspiration to grow old gracefully. In this way, I approach life, with all of its many facets.
The topics discussed on Aspire to Grace generally include issues in alternative and passive income, web technologies, relationships and self-development. Ultimately, these and other topics discussed on Aspire to Grace are issues that I have dealt with, am dealing with, or have questioned in my own personal experience.
I am here because of the many bloggers before me that have been an inspiration to me. I have learned a lot of very specific things from my blog following and hope to offer the same useful information for inquisitive minds that are searching for answers, or simply an apple to chew on. The Internet is just one big, long conversation, and I hope to perpetuate some of the discussion here on Aspire to Grace.
I won’t argue that I have a lot of special skills that make me uniquely equipped to dissect the issues and get to the final resolution on topics I discuss on Aspire to Grace. I am just living life.
I am an attorney by trade but do not currently practice. My profession is in telecommunications business consulting. What I get from my education and professional training is the ability to ask, analyze and apply an appropriate response.
Sharing my own goals and experiences here helps me to stay accountable and creates momentum to keep me moving forward. I only hope that you are moving with me, and that together we are maneuvering gracefully through this messy life.