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Alexa Curtis

Hi! Thanks for checking out my blog. I started A Life in the Fashion Lane back in 2011, when I was 12 years old. Most kids aren’t starting blogs at 12, but I knew I wanted more with my life, I just didn’t know what! A Life in the Fashion Lane started because I was pretty insecure and sheltered, hailing from a small town in Eastern, Connecticut called Mansfield. I always knew I was different, and never fit in, which is why I started to be bullied when I was entering middle school and high school. A Life in the Fashion Lane was my outlet to escape my family issues and bullying, and what started as a fashion blog has become a platform for me to express my feelings around everything relating to teens, body image and mental health.

After deciding that fashion isn’t my area of expertise, I decided to change A Life in the Fashion Lane to Life Unfiltered with Alexa Curtis. I run this site full-time, along with my nonprofit called Media Impact and Navigation for Teens. If you had told me back when I was 12 that I’d be an established LLC, have three employees, a manager, and a company to run everyday, I’d have laughed at you.

Now, I realize that us young adults have the potential to make our lives whatever we dream of them to be. You determine your destiny, your future, and your happiness.

Xo,

Alexa Curtis

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Alexa Curtis Blogger | A Life in the fashion lane | Mental health teen blog
Cassie Galasetti

I've had the absolute pleasure of working with Alexa on numerous projects, from fashion to fitness segments. She is always professional,hardworking, smart and extremely wise beyond her years. She knows how to showcase a brand flawlessly, whether on TV or in print. I am completely enamored by her accomplishments thus…

- Cassie Galasetti, Co-Founder of Social Sidekick® Media, Branding & Public Relations
Andrew Flieller and Alexa Curtis, the blogger
Andrew Flieller

"It's been said that if you want something done, ask the busiest person in the room to do it. This saying came to be because of people like Alexa Curtis. Meeting and collaborating with Alexa is one of the best things that have happened to me in my career as…

- Andrew Flieller, Founder of Atticus Lite Photography

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