I’m Kayli and to put it all in a nutshell? I’m someone who has been there. I’ve kissed the boys, danced on one too many tables (is there really such a thing?) + have had life lessons that have shaped me to my core. But I’m also a content strategist, dog mom, podcast host + wellness junkie who meditates on the reg. I guess you could say I’m a normal multifaceted 20-something who encourages women to live their best lives….
because we don’t have enough time not to #ownit.
Episode 2 of #OwningIt was a fave + honestly? It’s because it felt a little like a therapy session. Life Coach, Kristin Lohr, is a woman who encourages you to embrace every part of you, no matter how messy, and love the stage you’re in...even if that stage happens to be drunk crying on your coach over a one-worded text. *shrug* If you’ve been wanting to learn how to harness your strengths, diminish that quarter life crisis you feel bubbling-up or how to get paid for being you, listen-up, buttercup.
Feminine Genius is seriously giving me life right now — like, I bookmarked 5 of the first 7 pages, good. All about owning who you are, accepting your flaws + embracing your humanity it’s taken me on a riiiide, y’all. In the words of author, Liyana Silver, “Feminine Genius is a provocative wake-up call, nudging you to uncork that fabulous flask and find out just how much magic you’ve been hiding. Because you do have a genie in your bottle—and genius in your body.”
I recently watched Lady Bird (because, the Oscar Season obsession is real, y’all) + was pleasantly surprised with how incredible it was. It followed Lady Bird, a California small-town teen finding her way, and her opinionated mother through that awkward stage between girl and woman hood and it tugs. at. your. heartstrings, people. Even if the biggest argument you got into with your Mom was over an extended curfew, I feel like so many of us can relate to the struggle Lady Bird goes through + navigating the tricky mother/daughter relationship dynamic.
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Episode 4: Audree Kate on Getting Your Dream Internship, Transitioning Into Freelance + The Importance of Finding Your Career “Why”
Episode 4 was tons of fun because I got to catch-up with my friend, Audree, of Simply Audree Kate. Audree is a NYC-based fashion stylist, editor, fashion consultant and founder of the Simply Audree Kate blog where she talks about all things style + her life in the fashion industry.
Episode 2: Kristin Lohr on Harnessing Your Strengths, How to Know You’re Being Guided + What to Remember During Your Quarter Life Crisis.
When was the last time you took a look at your strengths? This episode is all about looking inside yourself to find the things that make you the stellar human being that you are.
Episode 3: Christina Rice on FOMO, Non Toxic Beauty + Showing Yourself Grace on Your Wellness Journey.
In Episode 3 we have the opportunity to talk with Christina Rice, an all-around amazing woman who’s dedicated to helping women find their own version of wellness.