To celebrate her 35th birthday, Brittany flew to Tucson to volunteer at Habitat Tucson’s construction site in Marana.
Brittany says, “I learned from my mom about Habitat for Humanity, that they construct houses for low income people, veterans, and the elderly.”
She searched for Habitat affiliates that were open to volunteers, and found Habitat Tucson.
She said, “Let’s do it, I don’t mind getting my hands dirty!”
Back in LA, Brittany has lived in the same house her whole life, just like her parents. She knows that stability is a gift. A home base gives her the sense of security she needs to be able to live life to the fullest.
For Brittany, “Home is a sense of security. You create memories at your home with family and friends. It’s important that you have somewhere where you can decompress and feel wanted, desired, and relaxed.”
“Home is somewhere where you don’t have to be battling life every day.”
And if I can hit a nail or two to make somebody feel that, then I’ll take it!”