Waze: I depend on this app to let me know the best
routes to avoid congestion, construction zones, and accidents. Seriously, I don’t even like to leave my neighborhood before checking Waze.
Starbucks: I don’t make any purchases from Starbucks if
it’s not through the app. I often use the mobile pick-up
option when I’m running late and low on caffeine, plus I
get free drinks and double-star days!
CreditStacker: This app is one of my new faves. Designed
and built by Angel Rich (Forbes called her the next Steve
Jobs), this app teaches me all about credit while I basically
play Candy Crush. I honestly didn’t know FICO was an ac-
ronym until I started playing Credit Stacker.
Bible by Life.Church: Even if I can’t read the Bible daily,
I at least get to read a verse each day with this app. And I
can’t miss it, because even if I don’t log into the app,
I still receive daily verses sent to my email.
brightwheel: I can see what my toddler is up to at any
time with brightwheel. His teacher uses it to send me pictures and updates throughout the day.
Podcasts: Podcasts are my new jam! I get so much wind-
shield time with my job being in field sales, and the pod-
cast that introduced me to podcasts remains my favorite:
Hey Frase. I love Fraser’s voice and personality, and I find
podcasts make traffic and commutes more bearable.
Happify: My friend shared this app with me. It’s amazing
for helping me just stay positive and grateful and keeping
me focused on all the good things in life.
iPeriod Period Tracker: This app has saved me so much
trouble when it comes to tracking my cycle. It lets me
know when I’m ovulating and it’s a very necessary reminder of when it’s time to take out my NuvaRing!
Location: Loudoun County, VA
Bio: Brit is a wife, mom, and co-host of Good Things DC radio talk
show, streamed live on Sundays at 1 p.m. (ET) via
ListenVisionLive.com. She’s also a millennial insurance nerd.