Hi, remember me? It’s been a hot second since I’ve hit “publish” on a new post. Getting married will do that to ya I guess.
But I’m back and feeling more inspired than ever! I’m so excited to come back with this Boss Babe of The Month post! This month, I am featuring one of my “blogger besties,” Chellie Britt.
If there’s one thing I’ve gained since I started blogging, is the strong sense of community within the “blogging world.” I have come into contact with some of the most diverse, supportive, and genuine individuals. One relationship I have loved fostering is my friendship with Chellie. We started out commenting on one another’s Instagram posts after finding each other through one of our favorite podcasts: The LadyGang. IG hearts quickly led to supporting each other’s blogs, (check out Chellie’s blog here) and now we chat at least once a week. Sometimes it’s small talk, sometimes it’s an advice session, and other times it’s just to vent!
Chellie is one of the most genuine, down to earth, honest people I have ever had the pleasure of “meeting.” I say “meeting,” because although we have developed a friendship initiated through our blogs, we have actually never met face to face…yet!
When Chellie shared that she was spending her 28th birthday on a service mission with Humanity and Hope United Foundation, I knew I had to feature her as a Boss Babe. More people need to be made aware of the awesome mission she is part of, and more importantly watching her grow and thrive as an individual has been so inspiring to me – I think other’s can benefit from knowing Chellie’s story too.
An Interview with Chellie Britt; Get to Know this Boss Babe and Learn How She Spent Her Birthday In Service.
Q: You recently took part in a service trip with Humanity and Hope. Tell us a little about their mission?
-What do you need?
Any advice for someone looking to get involved with Humanity and Hope?
We met through the blogging world. Aside from friendships, what is 1 thing that blogging has given you?
On your blog, you have shared a lot about your past struggles, and how you’ve overcome hard times. What is one piece of advice you’d give to someone who may be going through a hard time?