My little patriot Jamison Brooks was born July 4th 2016. Being a mom has inspired me to create so many new meaningful pieces for my line.

My little patriot Jamison Brooks was born July 4th 2016. Being a mom has inspired me to create so many new meaningful pieces for my line.


Inspired by Desperation

Welcome! My name is Brittney Kindle and I am the artist and proud owner behind B Recovered. What started from desperation grew into a business four years ago. Throughout my 20’s, I suffered from an addiction to alcohol in silence. I managed to always keep a job, graduated from college and have never been to jail or had a DUI, but I absolutely hated who I had become and was filled with deep shame about my hidden addiction.. May 1, 2015 was one of my darkest days in addiction and my misery had reached its breaking point. In pure desperation, I humbly cried out to God and literally begged for a miracle I knew I didn’t deserve. I had lost all ability to overcome this on my own and failed numerous times before. At that moment, I understood the true power of Gods grace and mercy. I felt it only necessary that I find a way to witness to others the amazing miracle I had experienced that day. That is when the name B Recovered was born. My once shameful past has now allowed me to step out in faith and let others know they are not alone. God can and will provide a way out if you are willing to let him. My journey since getting sober has been filled with numerous blessings, but I still face obstacles that are beyond my control. I am a single mom to a 2 year old, who was recently diagnosed with Autism. Receiving such news was shocking, but sobriety has allowed me to look at that obstacle as yet another reason to get closer to God. My hope is that my line of jewelry will be treasured for years to come, but more importantly, serve as a reminder to others that God can and will restore our broken past. Please feel free to share my story with others and never be ashamed of your own!


“My grace is sufficient for you, for my strength is made perfect in weakness.”
— II Corinthians 12:9