Tuesday, February 5, 2013

The Power to Change

I'm a big believer in people taking control of their personal power. As of late, I've heard a lot of people asking how they got to this place in their life, or lamenting their fears that they can't do anything about their situation.

Any goal you have, any desire, begins with one step. I wanted to be a published author, but it's been a few years in the making. Nothing happens over night. Anything worth pursuing takes perseverance, determination and effort. It takes patience and a strong belief in yourself. If I hadn't believed in my dream, I never would have met these wonderful Angels to blog with :)

Do you believe in yourself?

Tough question to answer, isn't it?

There are times in our lives when we question what we're doing, wonder if we're doing the right thing or perhaps we want to throw in the towel. It's all normal when we're making the conscious decision to make changes in our lives.

Even at the most rough times in my life, I have faith that things will work out the way they're supposed to. Is it difficult? Sure is! I'm human after all. Some times I want something and I want it right now! LOL Or maybe I'm going through a difficult time and it feels like it'll never end. We all experience these things, so know you are not alone.

Although it's tough at times, I trust that where I am in the moment is where I'm supposed to be. All the decisions I've made up to this point have brought me here. The beauty of it, is that I am free to choose what step I take next.

So no matter where you are in your life, or where you want to go, remember these things -

BELIEVE in yourself
TRUST in your ability to make the right decisions for yourself, and most importantly

To find out how I'm helping others change their lives one step at a time, visit my personal blog and check out the contest I'm running in conjunction with a fundraiser to assist women and children escape abusive situations:

What's Good For Your Soul Giveaway
Visit with me at: www.kelliekamryn.com


  1. It is so frustrating to hear a good friend do exactly what you mention here - lament their situation as if they have no control over it or where they go from here. My favorite saying (one that no doubt annoys my children) is that while we seldom have control over what happens to us, we have full control over our response. It's a lot like driving. We really do get to determine where we go. Strap on your seatbelt and grab that steering wheel!

    Another great post, Kellie. :)

  2. Amen! I used to go to a friend of mine and cry on her shoulder about my horrible marriage. After years of it she finally told me it was time to s**t or get off the pot, that I was the only person who could change my life, and if I chose not to, I couldn't blame anyone but myself. It worked. It was what I needed to hear and she was a good enough friend to tell me. She was one of the founding members of my first 'blog' group, without the blog part...The Bitch Club. She was the "Blackhearted Bitch". LOL!

    Kudos to you for helping the abused. :)