Women: Are You Part of the Problem or the Solution?

Welcome to my new website!

Helping women is something that has been calling me for a while now and with the Ultimate Blog Challenge starting, I figured there’s no better time to start than the present.  Over the years, I have learned to honor the whispers of my heart and my inner nudges… It’s all part of the reawakening of our inherent feminine power.

I see a problem in the world and I want to be part of the solution… 

So many women seem to have lost themselves or maybe never even knew who they were in the first place.

We get lost in boyfriends or husbands.  We get lost in our role as mothers.  We get lost building careers.  We get lost in our ideas of who other people want us to be.

When all your roles are stripped away, who are you??? I want to help you discover or better yet – remember – that.  It’s a never-ending journey we all take.  But by supporting each other, sharing, and talking about what works, it can be an adventure more deeply fulfilling than anything you have ever known!

So who are you and what makes you tick?  Have you fully embraced your feminine power?  I love comments and interaction, so please feel free to make yourself at home in the Comments section!

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19 Responses to Women: Are You Part of the Problem or the Solution?

  1. that’s a great question for ANYONE Kelly! “When all your roles are stripped away, who are you???”

    great start, keep it comin’ :-)

    MtnJim
    mtn jim fisher´s last blog ..Spiritual Autolysis- Memento Mori- and Demon SlayingMy ComLuv Profile

    • Kelly says:

      Thanks, Mtn Jim! It’s all to easy to get wrapped up in the labels. So glad you recognize that there is much more to Mtn Jim than the roles you play. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Thanks to MJ Schrader, I’ve discovered you. Great to meet you, Kelly! I’m also a member of the Ultimate Blog Challenge and this is my 4th challenge. Of all the addictions in the world, I think being addicted to blog challenges is really healthy. :)

    I can definitely resonate with the message in this post. I’m a single mom and I’ve raised four daughters, including a set of twins, on my own for the past nineteen years. I’ve lost myself, for sure! It wasn’t out of choice, it was out of sheer necessity. But I am SO ready to have me and my life back!

    See you over at #blogboost
    Melanie
    Melanie Kissell´s last blog ..Word Count Doesn’t CountMy ComLuv Profile

    • Kelly says:

      Glad to meet you, Melanie! Glad MJ sent you my way… she rocks!

      I love this point you made that most of us lose ourselves out of necessity and not choice. So true.

      Good luck on your journey to getting to know yourself again! I look forward to talking with you more…

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  4. Tony Toigo says:

    Kelly,

    Congratulations on your new website. I love what the stated purpose represents and what you are about. It’s time for more Women to Stand Up and to claim their ultimate Power. Anything that assists that end, I can’t help but support and applaud.

    Love your site and Love what you are doing.

    All the Best,

    Tony

    • Kelly says:

      Thanks for the vote of confidence, Tony! I have faith that it will uplift the exact women who are ready for it and need it. I am excited!

  5. Phila says:

    Hi Kelly,
    BRAVO! This is such an important question – I’m another who’s lost herself and has been working on regaining autonomy. And another Blog Challenge member…
    Interestingly, I’ve started a blog (not part of the challenge) that also touches on topics like these – check it out at http://soulpaths.wordpress.com. Would love to join in a conversation with you – I think we’re on similar tracks!
    Phila
    Phila´s last blog ..Making Your First Meetings Memorable- Crafting a Powerful Elevator SpeechMy ComLuv Profile

    • Kelly says:

      Wow, Phila… I love your blog! So much insightful, authentic stuff there. I’d love to talk to you more sometime about our parallel paths.

      Now that I am following my heart, it’s funny how many avenues of similarity and support I am finding around me. It’s absolutely wonderful!

      • Phila says:

        Thanks for visiting, Kelly – and yes, let’s connect! It’s taken me a long time to get up the nerve to write from my heart…and I’m finding it so soul-nourishing to do so…especially when I encounter wonderful people who resonate on the same frequency…
        A powerful book that’s spoken so strongly to me is Matthew Fox’s Creativity: Where the Divine and the Human Meet – -you might enjoy it!
        Phila´s last blog ..Do You Get a Headache Just Thinking About Revising Your WebsiteMy ComLuv Profile

        • Kelly says:

          I’ll have to check out that book. Thanks for the suggestion. Keep writing from your heart, girl… it’s good stuff! :)

  6. Kelly, AWESOME site!!! So proud of you! You are following your heart and that’s what will make this site tick. Good luck to you!
    Martha Giffen´s last blog ..“The Social Network” – our kind of movie!My ComLuv Profile

  7. Kelly
    What a lovely site you have here. I believe the strength of a woman is her ability to multi-task. I love the role of being a mom and grandma… but I also love being acknowledged for being a sharp business woman. I’ve had my own business, in one form or another, for over 30 years.

    I think women can meet any challenge head on. After all most of us have faced and survived a two year old.

    • Kelly says:

      Great point Kathryn! In some ways, our roles should be enjoyed and celebrated. I think the key here is knowing that they are just roles and not the absolute of “you”.

      Women are so much stronger than they sometimes give themselves credit for. We are incredibly adaptable and can rise to any situation… even dealing with two year olds! Ha Ha!

  8. MJ Schrader says:

    Kelly,

    The site is awesome! I am so proud of your goal of awakening the true power of women and taking a bold step in saying we can be women in the world with who we are. We can be girly, or somewhat girl or whoever we truly are. You are a rockstar and I am so glad to call you friend!

    Love, MJ Schrader
    MJ Schrader´s last blog ..Why Have So Many SitesMy ComLuv Profile

    • Kelly says:

      Awww, what a sweet comment! You know I couldn’t have done it without you! Your support along the way is a lot of what helped me get here. THANK YOU!

  9. Karen Kay says:

    Hi Kelly!

    You, my friend, are most definitely part of the solution! Congrats on your kickin’ new site! Looking forward to growing with you!

    Big Hugs!

    KK

  10. I love love love your site!
    Lynette Patterson´s last blog ..Take Your Six Pack Out of the CoolerMy ComLuv Profile

  11. Kelly says:

    To Martha, KK, & Lynette,

    Thanks for the kind words! I’ll take all the girlfriend support I can get!!! :)

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