New blog. Who dis?

New blog. Who dis?

“Girl, you’re starting another blog?!”


“What happened to the other one?”

“I liked that one!”

No one has said that (yet) but I imagine that’s what people would’ve said had I told them so I didn’t tell very many. I was selective about the few people I did tell because I wanted nothing but love and support which is exactly what I got.

So here’s my why: because I wanted to.

That probably came off a little sassy.

But if I’m being honest, I’ll probably start over again. I restart a new diet every single day. I haven’t had a consistent career path since I finished college. And my savings account gets reset every two weeks through no fault of its own.

So here I am. Starting over. Again.

I’m writing in pencil as I’m in a state of constant evolution. I learn something new every day. I discover new things about myself all of the time. And that’s why I’m starting anew. I’m not the same person I was when I launched my other blogs. I want to try something different this time.

Grow with me.

Glow with me.

The past three blogs were my attempt to keep parts of my identity separate and in the end… well, here we are.

This blog will bring it all together, full circle if you will. This is Kaylia uninhibited, being as transparent and sticking with this shit. I vow to be consistent and revisit my goals monthly to gauge progress.

I invite you to come along with me on this journey. Call me out when I haven’t posted in a while. Hold me accountable. But for some reason, I don’t believe that will be necessary.

I’m all in.

Hey, Kay will inspire you to work hard, slay everything and never, ever stop praying. Though there will be a great deal of emphasis on self, it’s important that you know God is life. God is my center, my universe, my hope and my strength. My everything. And my hope is that I display that in the weeks to come.

I also believe in all things female and feminine. I write for you, lady.

I pray that you will join me on this journey of self-discovery as I discuss ways in which I have learned to love, preserve and care for myself and the importance of working, slaying and praying.

Most importantly, we won’t always agree so, take what you need and leave the rest.


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