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Meet Chelsea Scott of Millennial Miss

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Posted on November 18 2019

Tell us about yourself.

Hi ! I’m Chelsea but you can call me Chels. I grew up under the sun in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and am constantly on the move due to my husband’s job in the MLB. I’m a diehard college football fan (roll tide), takeout is my best friend and I’m convinced one can never have enough candles or fresh flowers in your home. I’m a what you see is what you get type of girl and am humbled to have a platform where I’m able to share all aspects of life’s journey with you.

What led you to your line of work?

I’ve journaled for as long as I can remember and for the sake of sounding like an ancient grandmother, putting pen to paper has always been therapeutic for me. 


During my 20s, as I’m sure many of us can attest to, I went through a wild transition period. Figuring out who I was, where I belonged, navigating through relationships and attempting to gracefully balance it all. 


In hopes of finding “answers” or someone who could purely relate, I started to search for a  platform that discussed real life relatable topics. I couldn’t find it so, I created it. I began to write, write, write about topics from A to Z. For a while, I’m pretty sure my mom was my only reader but with the growth of social media – The Millennial Miss began to grow a community of badass genuine women who are fearlessly navigating through this crazy thing called life. 



Where do you get creative inspiration?

This may sound incredibly cliché but everyday life. I pull inspiration from my own personal experiences – past and current. I pull inspiration from conversations with girlfriends or an overheard conversation at a coffee shop. My eyes and ears are constantly open to receiving inspiration. 



Who do you look up to in your girl gang or industry?

Rachel Hollis, Jaclyn Johnson, Lauryn Evarts Bosstick – to name a few.




Best advice you’ve received?

      Everything is figuroutable. 



What does Support Your Local Girl Gang mean to you?

To me, support your local girl gang means to genuinely show up for one another. 

It costs zero dollars to support a fellow boss babe: 

Share their posts

Tell your friends about their platform or business 

Be present at an event they are hosting 

Brainstorm an authentic way to collaborate 


A simple reminder that the only person you are in competition with is yourself.  


Favorite things: I live for an aesthetically pleasing IG story.

Some of my favorite apps to help achieve an on brand look are: 

StoryLuxe

Tezza App

Kira Kira 

PicMonkey

 

IG: @millennialmiss
Website: www.themillennialmiss.com