Chas | Chasity

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It's Me. Hi! Hey! Yo!

I'm Chasity Campbell, the uncredentialed master of "Been There, Done That”. With credentials that solely consist of a stack of therapy bills and a knack for sarcasm, I'm the podcast host of Hustle Culture Dropout, founder of Noura Blanc candles, speaker and entrepreneur.

I've navigated the wild ride of a stay-at-home mom to "Is it too early for vodka?" divorcee, all the way to reigning over a chaotic blended family with the fierceness of a five-ring circus manager. Who needs a fancy degree when the life of Hard Knocks throws you into the wildest PhD program imaginable?

I'm the epitome of your relatable bestie. I've managed to amass exactly zero brand deals, zilch influence, and a social media following that's so exclusive it could hold a meeting in a phone booth (if those were still a thing). While the Kardashians break the internet, I'm still just trying to break 500 followers on my social accounts.

But what I lack in credentials, I more than make up for in real-life experience. I've navigated life with the prowess of a seasoned checkers player and am basically the Beyonce of life's most unpredictable moments. So, while others might cling to their certificates and titles, I'm out here collecting wisdom like it's the latest trend.

If you're looking for someone who's got it all figured out, you're in the wrong place. But if you want humor, honesty, and a virtual shoulder to cry on (or laugh with), I've got you.