what gets you out of bed in the morning?
For me, it's my three kids and helping you build your dream!
Oh hey there, I’m Brittany, a mom, mystery buff, bookworm, and a home decor DIY enthusiast. I’m so glad you’re here! You might have found me through my socials, a networking event, a google search, or somewhere else. Whatever the case, I’m excited to help you infuse passion into every aspect of your marketing.
Here’s my story
I always wanted to be an entrepreneur…
But quickly found myself graduating from business school and helping big companies grow their social media presence.
This wasn’t why I had taken entrepreneurship and business courses since high school. Plus, 9-5 work became even more challenging when I became a mom.
I decided to put my knowledge toward helping small businesses thrive, instead of only lining the pockets of big ones. So, I started Brittany Miller Socials as a side hustle, planning to return to work as usual after my maternity leave.
My Boss TOld me I have to
spending time with my kds
building a better life for them
My boss wouldn’t let me work from home anymore. This was the push I needed. After all, I didn’t have a choice without childcare. I quit the job and went full-time with Brittany Miller Socials.
I started with what I did best, growing entrepreneurs’ online presence, but quickly found that business owners needed more than regular content, they needed support. Through consultations and coaching, I began helping women ignite their business growth and rediscover the passion that started it all.
It was hard, but through the late nights, balancing acts, and the brink of burnout, I learned something that I had been told was impossible…
We have it all
We need our community, resources, and experts to help us wear all the hats, but we don’t need to choose between being a successful business owner and an awesome mom.
That’s why I’m here to help you live your dream because we can do it all, just not alone.
In Other Words...
I’m probably catching up on a business podcast, filling up my water bottle for the third time today (you really can’t be too hydrated), and dreaming up more ways to help moms grow their businesses successfully.
the hats I wear
If I could eat one food for the rest of my life, it would be
b) Chia Pudding
One day I want to go to
My favourite movie is
The Mummy &
The Wedding Date (total opposites, I know)
I'm most likely to binge-watch
a) Detective Shows
b) Action Movies
c) Horror Movie
d) Romantic Comedies
Activewear (I have to keep up with my kiddos)
My outfit of choice is
The first concert I ever attended was
a) Down with Webster
b) Shania Twain
c) The Pussycat Dolls
d) Carrie Underwood
I don't like
Chocolate (Unless I'm pregnant)
The best ice cream flavour is
If I could pick only one drink other than water it would be
If I could meet any one person, it would be
Me as a little girl
My favourite book is
Whatever I'm currently reading
a) French Vanilla
b) Birthday Cake
c) Lemon Lime
What's On my
From Business school to
I joined the JA South Western Ontario (JA London & District) Company Program in high school – an afterschool opportunity for teens to start and run their own businesses. This was my first taste of entrepreneurship.
I loved the business program so much that I decided to major in Business Administration and volunteer for the program after I graduated.
Graduated Wilfrid Laurier University with my Honors Bachelor of Business Administration, specializing in Human Resources with a minor in English. I started working in marketing at Boston Pizza. Here, I started applying the textbook skills I learned in university and saw the power of social media and email marketing.
I returned to the JA South Western Ontario, this time as their program manager and strategist, where I led quarterly social media planning sessions and created relevant content.
My daughter Thalia was born. While on maternity leave, I started mom blogging. I loved sharing my story online and connecting with more women and single moms. Social media started to feel like less of a job and more of a passion. But I wanted more…
Raiyah was born. I continued mom blogging and my following grew.
I applied and was awarded Grant and Mentorship for a side hustler thanks to my online presence. The board loved my business plan. I founded Brittany Miller Socials fully planning to return to my corporate job afterward....
My boss told me I couldn’t work from home after my mat leave. I couldn’t find daycare for my kids, so I was forced to quit. Luckily, I had my side hustle to lean into.
My business grew as I focused on it full-time. I rebranded to create a new vision for my business and I developed systems in preparation for the birth of my third child.
Rhett was born. And I took the cuddly newborn months to launch my first course and hire service providers to help my business grow.
I launched my podcast, Go Get Great with Brittany Miller Socials to share practical advice to help moms blend life and business to take life from good to great
I’m growing my business and helping entrepreneurs just like you understand their marketing strategy so they can reliably convert their passion into profit.