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A Community For Women Who Work



I'm Britt. But Livlyhood is not about me... it's about all of the amazing working women we're surrounded by and their stories.

This is a place that you can ask questions and learn from other working women. So glad you're here!

How We Can Work Together

Resume REview &

Let's work together on your resume to help you be setup for success!

Career Confidence Coaching

Together, we will come up with a plan whether it be for goals for your career, new job, or entrepreneurial endeavors.

events &

I'd love to come to your organization or event and speak about working women's issues.

Meet The Featured
Women of Livlyhood

Meet Sara: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

By Brittany Larsen | December 2, 2017

Today we’re meeting my oldest friend in the world, Sara Webb. I’ve literally known Sara since birth. She’s a total boss lady and is one of my heroes because of the incredible work she does in psychiatry. I especially love how she answered the last question and she gave me lots to think about. Check it out…

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Wednesday Women of Wisdom: I’m Every Woman

By Brittany Larsen | November 30, 2017

Nothing inspires me quite like Whitney Houston (if you haven’t watched the music video for I’m Every Woman recently, do yourself a favor and watch it right now) and I’ve always loved this song, but I have a love/hate relationship with the lyrics. “Everything you want done baby, I’ll do it naturally.” I don’t know about you, but I…

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Meet Andrea: Journalist turned future citizen educator

By Brittany Larsen | November 29, 2017

I will never forget the day I met Andrea. I had just moved to Washington, DC after college graduation and ended up sitting next to her at church. I chatted with her briefly and mentioned that I was hoping to work in communications. She handed me her business card and under her name it read “Director…

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By Brittany Larsen | November 28, 2017

live·li·hood ˈlīvlēˌho͝od/ noun noun; a means of supporting one’s existence, especially financially or vocationally; living The concept for this site has been in the works for years, but it took an army of women to encourage me to finally pull the trigger and start! That’s actually indicative of the kind of space I want this to be… a place where women can ask questions, find answers,…

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Working with Britt as my career coach was so transformative! Her exercises and insights helped me to gain so much clarity on my career path. I left every conversation feeling empowered, inspired, and capable. Things are now rapidly changing in my career and they are going exactly the way I wanted them to!


Alison Repp, Corporate Therapist

I feel so honored to be among the many women that Britt has featured on Livlyhood. Her interviewing me made me step back and really think about the kind of advice I wanted to give other women. It helped me reflect on my past experiences and realize that I had some wisdom to share, even if I hadn't ever realized it before. I also discovered that the advice I ended up giving to women in my feature was the exact same advice I often need to hear on a daily basis.

Once she shared the things that I had written, I felt more motivated to live by my own mantra and more aware of the women around me. I did end up getting some new clients from her feature and our combined giveaway but most of all, I'm so grateful for the confidence it gave me to press forward in my career journey and share my experiences with other women in the hopes of supporting and lifting each other up. I love the community she has created and feel blessed to be a part of it!


Adrienne Anderson, Interior Designer

Brittany has been such a huge help in my journey of starting my own blog. Not only does she help me feel more confident in myself, but she helps put to action what I envision. She was there every step of the way as I had questions and needed help! I always left every conversation with her feeling more confident in myself and what I was doing!


Jennifer Hanks, Blogger, Coco's Caravan

Britt is doing amazing things with Livlyhood - she's giving women a platform to talk about issues that have a real and lasting impact on their work and home lives. My passion is helping people get the tools they need to manage their emotional and mental health.

Livlyhood was the perfect means to share my own experience with others in hopes of connecting them with resources that have helped me in the past. I believe in women empowering women, and am grateful that Britt is doing the important work of facilitating that via Livlyhood.


Ashley Masters, Instructional Designer