Welcome to Cheery & Charming, my name is Brittany! I’m a brunette, newlywed, fashion and fitness fanatic twenty-something graduate of Towson University (go Tigers!), currently living in downtown historic Federal Hill in Baltimore, MD. I’m new to the blog scene, so thought it would be best if I introduce myself here!

Where are you from?
I was born in Baltimore, raised in small town Monkton, MD where I developed my undying love and amazement for horses. After attending college Towson University, I bopped around living with friends in different areas of Maryland – Towson … White Marsh … before I moved to Federal Hill. Being locally born and raised, I absolutely love everything Maryland – proximity to the beach, the mountains, the bay, our beloved Inner Harbor and more (not to mention our awesome flag!)! I’m currently living my dream as a Marketing professional with a major focus on driving brand, awareness, and content  and development strategy and couldn’t be happier!

How tall are you?
I’m 5’4 – sometimes my big hair convinces people I’m taller, but I think I’ve hit my max 😉

What camera do you use?

I use a GoPro Hero 5 or my regular pocket phone device for all of my photo and video taking – maybe not the newest and hottest in the game most recently, but it works for me!

Why did you start a blog?

I started my blog as a hobby to document my day-to-day living and the reasons why I love this life so much! I start each day with an overwhelming amount of positivity and spunk and and am excited to have an outlet for all of my passions – food, fun, fitness, fashion, healthy eating and an overall active and charming lifestyle.

What is your workout routine?
I’m a little all over the map! I try to work out three to four times a week, and I love, love loveeee my Peloton! I also love workout classes, especially the social aspect of going with one of my girlfriends and grabbing dinner or drinks to catch up together afterwards. Running is also a passion of mine. Every year, I challenge myself to run the Baltimore half-marathon. Last year, I ran my very first 26.2 full-marathon!