About Me


KellyI find myself always striving for the ideal scenario.  The next improvement to something seems just within reach.  I was once told that this means I’m not content.  Maybe that’s true.  Don’t get me wrong, I love my life!  I am blessed beyond measure in many ways.  But, I’m not sure I’ll ever be fully content this side of heaven.  I know that perfection will never be attained in my lifetime, but I find that striving for it is what brings excitement to my life.

I am consistently filled with ideas of how to achieve greater wellness in life- physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, professionally, and relationally.  I found out early in life that I have a passion for wellness.  I became a counselor because I desperately wanted people to be well mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and relationally.  After becoming extremely ill in 2012 and unsure if I would ever live a normal life again, I acquired a passion for seeing people be well physically.  Now, as a virtual assistant and entrepreneur, I have a passion for seeing people do well professionally.

In writing an “About Me” page, I feel pressure to tell my “story”.  But, my story is so incredibly long that I’m not sure anyone would read it all.  Let’s just say that I’ve come through many things that would probably have destroyed someone else, but God has given me everything I need to successfully come out on top over and over again.  My desire is that I can give to others as it has been given to me.

So, I have three goals for this blog:

1)  I want to make you think.  I tend to think deeply and am very introspective.  This has been a positive thing in my life, and I hope people will do more of this.  My hope is that, as I let out my overactive mind in the pages of this blog, you will be inspired to think a little deeper today.

2) I want to give information that can be used toward wellness in your life.  My hope is that you’ll learn something and apply it to your life.  In essence, I want my excessive need for researching to benefit someone else besides myself.

3)  I want to generate discussion among my peers.  I am consistently humbled by the differences in people and the way those differences lend insight and depth to conversations.  I welcome you to join in.

Finally, please use the contact form to write me with blog ideas, questions, or suggestions.  I’d love to hear from you!