Hi, I’m Kelley. I am a wife, mother of three and work full time. I am passionate about learning, technology and self-development. Gain from Grace is a blog dedicated to helping women and moms searching for calm with their road of discovery, where I share stories and tips to help find your way back to YOU.
My journey of healing began after having my third child in 2012. My life was in chaos, I didn’t recognize who I was anymore, and when I looked around, I didn’t like what my life had become. I was a sad, angry person who didn’t know my way, and it was affecting all areas of my life. Yelling at my kids was a daily occurrence, I felt guilty for everything, going to work, not staying home, and wanting time for myself, wanting my kids to feel loved and have it all. I was very unhappy. I decided to search for a solution to help me become a better, wife, mother and person.
In my journey, I have discovered so many people who are dedicating their lives to helping others like me, others who need to find their way. I needed someone to be my champion when I could not. Not only did I find all of that, I found community and I created a vision for my life. I never created goals or visions because I never believed in them, but now I do and so much more. Freedom, passion, being present, helping those who have not awakened to see their light are my purpose.
I started this blog to give my journey a voice and hopefully help others along the way. If this sounds like you, I’d love to help you on your journey as well! The hardest part of my journey was knowing where to begin. I want to help others find their truth and empower them to take back their lives and live their dreams.
Get to know a little more
I live in southern Indiana with my husband and three children. I have been in the technology field for 15 years. My jobs have varied from researcher, computer programmer and all around tech guru. I love problem solving and learning new things. Sarcastic and sometimes people don’t get my humor, but I still have a good time! I love music, personal development work and spending time with my friends and family. I love to connect people, make them feel included and show my appreciation for the ones I care about and respect any chance I get. So please don’t hesitate to reach out for comfort, comments, or a connection.
PS. Don’t laugh at my school picture….yes, it is a picture taken at the school that I work at….for the yearbook. Who knew I’d be getting yearbook pictures after I graduated!
You are the hero you’ve been waiting for.