Welcome To Brunch With Brea: A Fashion and Lifestyle Blog by Brea McEwen
Hi babes! I’m so glad you’re here! I’m Brea, writer and creator of Powder & Press. I’m a 25 year old Cali girl at heart living in the heart of Dallas, Texas with my hunk of a husband, Michael, and our little peanut, Bruiser (he’s a toy Chihuahua). I’m currently a student at BYU-Idaho majoring in Business Management and I work full time as a Flight Attendant Instructor for a major airline in Dallas. I’m a convert of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and will be celebrating my 4th year (holy cow!) this September. You can find me at any local Francesca’s Boutiques, stuffing my face with cheese, or taking a way-too-long-nap. What can I say, ya girl likes her sleep!
Meet Brunch With Brea
I created Brunch With Brea for the sole purpose of helping women everywhere understand their true, divine, unique, and beautiful identities. Throughout my life, I have had experiences, trials, and lessons that I have learned which have shaped me into the woman I am today and I wanted this blog to be a means of helping women who may be facing the same things. By no means do I have this all figured out, like no way, but I definitely have come to understand that I bring value to this world and I want you to realize that same thing for yourself! Women are special and it’s time we treated ourselves like it!
And just so you know, this blog didn’t happen overnight. Powder & Press has been YEARS in the making. I’ve spent months researching how to blog and what the heck a “widget” is. I’ve learned a ton about marketing, advertising, and a few cool Instagram hacks. (HAAAY) And I’ve had to build up the courage to put myself out there. Along this journey, I’ve had heaps of doubt, loads of procrastination, and about 40 cups of “I can’t do it”, but finally, I bit the bullet and created this blog; my baby. It’s still a work in progress, but it means so much to me and it means even more that you are on this crazy journey with me! Powder & Press is for the woman who has been told her entire life she can’t do it, it’s for the woman who struggles with self-confidence and self-love, it’s for the woman who needs to be heard, valued, and loved. It’s for YOU, babe. I hope you enjoy.