Home: About Brittany Alexandria

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Hi, welcome to my website. I’m Brittany Alexandria and I’m just a little bit passionate. I talk/write/sing a lot, feel deeply, and kind of obsess over everything. That’s why I started this website back in 2012. As I’ve changed and grown a lot over the past several years, so has my website. Originally, it was just a blog with the occasional post sharing my thoughts and feelings about life and the occasional review of a tv show or cd. Now, it’s an outlet for blog posts just like, but also so much more.

I still write posts every now and then, and I’d like to write more often, but I also have a music account on ReverbNation, a music account on YouTube, a fangirl account on YouTube, a podcast called The Mask; Her Aid, and even cooler, a published book of the same name–The Mask; Her Aid. I share inspirational and fangirly posts on Instagram and Twitter as @OGBrittanyAlex, and they post straight to my Facebook page.

I do all this because I want to be there for someone who doesn’t love who they are, because once upon a time, I hated who I was. I hated that I felt everything so deeply, that I was so passionate about everything I thought and believed, and that I was so obsessive over the tv shows, movies, music, books, and celebrities I loved. Then, I connected with a Christian music group called BarlowGirl and a not so little-known pop star named, Demi Lovato. Both these musicians shared their personal struggles with the world–things I was also struggling with–and I realized I wasn’t as alone as I thought I was. After sorting out my own issues through prayer, acceptance, music, writing, and friendship, I realized that what I wanted more than anything in the world was to be someone’s BarlowGirl or Demi Lovato. I wanted to share my personal struggles with the world and let other struggling girls and women know that they weren’t alone. So, that’s what I’m doing. I write, sing, speak, feel, and share my obsessions in an effort to help other people know they’re not alone.

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