Wholehearted living and real conversations with a holistic approach to faith and mental health. If your mind is off the track, your spirit is off the track and so Brittney Moses has created a blog to help people with their spiritual journey and let the mind, body and the soul work together. Brittany is considered one of the most popular influencers. Britney Moses is an American influencer who gained popularity through her blog, Twitter and Instagram accounts. With over 75,000 international followers. Her success is largely due to her ingenuity, personality and lifestyle, and has attracted the attention of several brands around the world. She has become known for selflessly helping people and promoting mental health both in the community and online.
Brittney was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her age is around 30 in 2021. Her zodiac sign is Leo. She is of African American, Creole, and European descent, but is primarily classified as African American.she is a UCLA Psychology and Research graduate, publishing resources to help reduce her stigma and provides useful information at the intersection of faith, mental health and well-being.
Currently, she has around 50,000 subscribers. She also endorses various brands and collaborates with various influencers which continue to increase her popularity on various social networks. She is very famous for her videos and photos on Instagram. She likes to post mental health awareness related content and make short videos where she shares some tips and tricks for solving problems. She likes to make videos.
She also hosts the Faith and Mental Wellness podcast. She succeeded in transforming her passion into a successful career that she loved. She is a great entertainer, has hosted many major events and has interviewed several celebrities. Her first book, Worthy: 50 Mindful Moments to Bring Peace and Clarity to Your Day, was published in July 2022.
Her holistic, evidence-based approach to mental health has been featured in publications such as Relevant, Yahoo News, Voyage LA, NY Weekly, The Chicago Journal, and The Huffington Post. While studying psychology at UCLA and helping researchers at the Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Behavior at the CAPPS lab, Britney aims to inspire people who struggle quietly in the shadows by identifying mental health issues. She makes it an accessible and recognizable part of national dialogue.