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Shoutout Atlanta

We had the good fortune of connecting with Bryttany Victoria and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Bryttany, how has your work-life balance changed over time?
Let’s see, my work life balance has shifted significantly over the years. Recently I took a mindset shift and promised myself I would try to live more in line with Life-Work balance versus Work-Life balance. What that means is that I believe in living LIFE more than living just to work. It’s about creating the moments and enjoying them instead of being consumed with work. Now, as a self proclaimed work-a-holic it isn’t always easy. I like staying busy and I like making money, but I like living up the moments more. Finding that balance is something that I work on daily. Some days it flows freely and some days I lean a little more one way than the next. To me the most important part of it all is to keep trying and find solutions that work.

USA Today

Mom Bod: 3 ways moms can embrace their postpartum beauty

Bryttany Hyde of Woodstock, Ga., encourages moms to celebrate their bodies by turning the camera on themselves once in a while.6:12 a.m. EDT May 17, 2019

Voyage ATL

Today we’d like to introduce you to Bryttany Hyde.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Bryttany. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
This journey to self-love was definitely a mountain. I’ve struggled with loving my skin, my hair, and anxiety pretty much ruled my existence. One thing I noticed was that other women feel the same way. For why? Why do we stay grounded in fear instead of uplifted through love? That question is what radiated me into fully loving myself and advocating that others do the same.