About Brit Tashjian

Brit writes on the collisions of Christ & culture and tradition & progress. She's a modern women who believes in classic values. 

After studying print journalism at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, Brit moved to New York City with matching luggage, a wedding ring, and high-rise expectations. She studied magazine writing at New York University, and worked as an assistant editor for CBS television network, where she mostly opened mail and ate bagels. It wasn’t long after she moved to Los Angeles that she received her master’s degree in writing from the University of Southern California. After graduating, she traveled Europe and Southeast Asia with her husband and noticed the morning sickness somewhere between Bangkok and New Dehli. After seven eventful years in Los Angeles, she moved to San Francisco pregnant with her second son. Now a recovering small town idealist, she lives with her family a stone’s throw from the Golden Gate Bridge. Brit writes on any topic that promotes self-analysis and personal growth, but pregnancy, parenting, and travel are where she routinely finds the big lessons in the seemingly small things. She hates jean shopping, paying for parking and can’t quite commit to composting.


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