My name is Brittany and I grew up in Dallas, Texas. I've been working in marketing for over 10 years and writing travel content professionally for five years. Over the course of my career, I've also gained experience in copywriting for medical, banking, lifestyle, tech, religious and marketing publications and feel confident that my research skills can be applied to most fields. If you're looking for well-written content from a marketing professional, I look forward to working together.
Web copy + blog posts: Enhancewell Fitness is a fully virtual studio offering Pilates-based classes in a fun, interactive environment. We’re not going to promise that in-class laughter will help you achieve a six-pack… but we’re not NOT going to promise it, either.
Are Blockchain and DLT the Future of Travel?
Since the beginning of recorded history, humans have been on the move. Thousands of years ago, Imperial Romans travelled slowly in carriages over stone-paved roads. Now, the world anxiously awaits the first commercial space flight — likely within the year. As transportation evolves, so do consumer methods of finding the best mode of transport and paying for travel.
Distributed ledger technology (DLT) and blockchain (a type of DLT) are revolutionising many industries right now — from gaming to...
3 Mantras To Help You Stop Rushing The Process Of Success
Does it ever feel like you’re rushing through life? I know I’ve always been one to anticipate the next phase. I couldn’t wait to move away to college. Then, I was ready to graduate and find a job. No matter where I am in life, I’m always wondering about what’s next. Can you relate?
Galentine's Day Gift Guide
February is the month of love, and the ladies at Mosaic Makers Collective have created some heart eyes emoji-worthy gifts for your bestie. That’s right, we’re celebrating Galentine’s Day with some epic gifts made by local female artists. In the timeless words of the amazing Shania Twain, let’s go girls!
Papa’s Quiz is a party game for 1-8 players. I contributed to this project by writing trivia questions and editing.
Deep-Fried and Delicious: Five Diners you Must Visit in Texas
By Brittany Kulick
Everything’s bigger in Texas! The smiles, the hair, and yes—the waistlines. But can you blame them? In September, Texans flock to the Texas State Fair, where deep-fried delights such as southern fried chicken fettuccine balls and quick fried black truffle bites—a blend of cookies, cream cheese, and white chocolate chips, rolled in cookies and spices, then deep-fried—are being served.
The state fair comes once a year, but the Texas diner culture will fulfil all of your deep-...
La Pitchoune 🥐“The Little One”
🍽 Famous pegboard kitchen.
🇫🇷 Flagship campus #courageouscooking school by @courageouscook
🏠 Vacation home of #JuliaChild, now owned by @okay__perfect
Urban Air Pollution on City Transportation
The demand for public transportation increases as the population rises in urban areas. Did you know that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas and that number jumps to 82% in North America! In 2017, passengers traveled 57 billion miles on American public transit. While public transportation’s impact on the environment is actively decreasing with clean technology, lower carbon emissions, and reduced gasoline use, there is still an effect on urban air pollution and the passengers.
Cybersecurity in Southeast Asia: why tech startups need to invest in cyber resilience
“In our current state of cybersecurity, security breaches are inevitable. This is an important fact, so I am intentionally repeating it. In our current state of cybersecurity, breaches are inevitable.”
Focusing on cybersecurity in Southeast Asia is essential. The devastating results of cyber-attacks in Vietnam, with 19 million online users affected in just the first six months of 2019 was well documented. We also know that Singapore is especially vulnerable to cybercrimes, with recent data br...
Visiting Harajuku: What to expect from the kawaii capital of Japan
I’ve been bee bopping along to Gwen Stefani’s “Harajuku Girls” since before I knew Harajuku was a place. When I found the “pedestrian paradise” she describes, I can only lament that it took me 15 years to visit this quirky neighborhood in Japan.
Harajuku as we know it today evolved post-war when shops catering to US military personnel opened in the area, infusing the area with American and European influences still visible today. I was “just an American girl in the Tokyo streets,” but I loved...
Here's what you need to know about Basel III and IV's effect on the Australian lending market—specifically the commercial mortgage lending market.
When the global financial crisis hit, the world changed forever. Those needing commercial mortgage lending have experienced more difficulties in securing funding as global banking standards set by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) adopt risk-averse methods for financing. In this article, we’ll discuss the Basel III and Basel IV framework and their effect on the Australian lending market—specifically the commercial mortgage lending market.
Six Feel-Good Holiday Movies You Need to Watch This Year
Tis the season to be jolly! As December nears, nostalgia is at an all-time high as we prepare to visit family members. For some, tension can also be at an all-time high, for the exact same reason.
Whether you’re in the mood for tender holiday moments or a humorous escape, these six movies are sure to make your holidays merry and bright!
15 Things They Don't Tell You When You Quit Your Job To Travel
I booked an $80 room at a beach resort on an island in the South Pacific expecting… well… a beach. Or a resort. After my $40 taxi ride, what I got was a room that doesn’t lock, barely big enough for a bed, in the back of a not-yet-open café in which I am not allowed to cook. The unopened café wasn’t private, though, as I was joined by a group of backpackers who set up camp on the floor. My room looks out over a graveyard of gardening tools, the shower doesn’t have hot water and the milk for m...