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Chapter One


It's officially been two months since I last wrote to you guys (Sorry!!), and a lot has happened in such a short period of time. 

For starters, the inspiration behind my last post, unfortunately lost their battle to cancer shortly after I posted. As tough as that has been to adjust to, it's at the same time, been a great motivator for me, because it's made me realize and accept that life is too short not to do all of the things we tell ourselves we want to do, or will do eventually. I say that because...well... think about it. As kids we play with dolls and say one day we'll be a mom or dad, then what feels like five minutes later we actually are. One minute we're 12 watching some romantic comedy daydreaming of our future wedding day, and the next we're walking down the aisle to the man or woman of our dreams. Life is too short to remain stagnant...hence what I'm considering has been my "YOLO" month this year. 

At the beginning of this month I put a deposit on an apartment in the Big Apple. I had been hired for what I thought would be the perfect job, the apartment was in an adorable neighborhood in a "reasonable" (by New York's standards) price range, and everything just seemed to be perfect...until I got a reality check. As it turned out, the job was nothing like what had been pitched to me, and with it taking that much more time away from creating music, it would've been crazy for me to go. And as I was attempting to figure out my next steps, my longtime-boyfriend got his Match Day results, and he's officially having to move south for at least the next year. 

Cue panic...or at least initially for both of us. This wasn't what either of us were wanting or expecting, but if anything I feel like it was just another sign that God is active both in our relationship and our career planning, because if you've gotten to know God like I have, He's the master of throwing last minute curveballs. However...I did luck out. I'm getting out of the NYC apartment, and what I'd put into that, I'm going to now be putting into music over the next couple months, because where he's headed is also very close to a big music city I'd not initially considered, and he won't have to be there until the summer, which buys me a couple months of writing and recording time if I were to make the move with him. In a weird way...I feel like the last couple years have been the prologue to my musical story, and I'm beginning to turn the page to Chapter One. So that's what led to this week's slightly intimidating decision- to drop everything and focus exclusively on music. 

I KNOW. Intimidating? Yes. Challenging? Maybe initially, because I'll have to be more on top of motivating myself to get creative and put myself out there, but I feel like I can pull it off. But if there's one thing I've realized to be true over the years, (and I'm pretty sure there's a Bible verse that says something to this effect too, but don't quote me) its that if God can lead you to something, He can lead you through it. It's been nearly three years now that God opened a huge door for me in music to start getting to know the industry, so it's about damn time that I get over my irrational fears in that area and just go for it! Because let me tell you- all of YOU have been some pretty impressive motivation for me. YES! I AM TALKING ABOUT YOU, THE ONES READING THIS! 

In the last couple months as I've been attempting to sort out my personal life, I have been receiving so many kind messages of support, requests for my EP/Album which aren't done yet, and even a couple of performance requests, and I'll tell you what, it's those kind of messages, along with meeting another well known producer wanting to hear more from me in the last week, that's made me realize that as intimidating as it can be nowadays to be a female artist in the public eye, I can do it. I've got you guys who seem to already like me for just ripping into life without a filter in song, and I mean, that's who I am- in life and in music I generally am an open, unfiltered book when it comes to what's on my mind. It's huge for me to realize that the world (or at least some of it) thinks like me in that we don't want to dance around something forever, because that doesn't get a point across. While words speak, actions speak louder, so here's to doing the thing that intimidates the hell out of us, regardless of what it may be, and rocking it!

Got a lady or gent in your life you want to spend the rest of your life with? Propose! Been feeling like a career change of some sort is in order (like myself), but you're not sure where to start? Google search your dream career, whatever it is that may be, and start working towards it! In the mood to move to a new place? 15 minutes or 15,000 miles away, just follow your gut and do it! Life is too short to keep wondering. Take the steps to the next chapter of your life, regardless of how big or small they may be, and I can assure you that at the end of the day, you'll be glad you did. 

Tip 1: "Don't Get So Busy Living That You Forget To Make A Life"


I wouldn't be shocked if you've heard the quote in today's blog post title before, because I know I've heard it a million times in my own life. "Don't get so busy living that you forget to make a life." I have to admit- I have a tendency to be the worst example of this. Why? Well... the entertainment industry moves fast. Changes in technology, laws, contracts- all of these things tend to impact my ability to do what I love while creating a comfortable income, and if I don't move quickly, what could be the "land of opportunity" today could be gone tomorrow. I absolutely love what I do- do not get me wrong- but I know at times being on high alert, thinking primarily from a business perspective tends to make me a little less...relatable? I've come to this realization recently, in a means that I wouldn't wish on anyone. In the last few months, I've had three people close to me diagnosed with cancer. I'm actually writing this today from the ICU waiting room while one of them is being checked on by doctors, and I can't help but feel guilty because in the last few years, I can't recall the last time I called them up just to say hi unless someone else called first and passed me the phone. I have become so consumed with making sure I don't fall behind that I've let the people important to me do exactly that. Cancer sucks. Life can suck. Obligations can definitely suck, especially in moments like this. And without going into a profanity-filled rant, as much as I honestly want to right now, life is too short not to try to fix it. 

With whatever you do in life, "Don't get so busy living that you forget to make a life." Don't let everything you're consumed with thinking is important make you neglect what actually is. Life's too short not to stop and appreciate the little things. And on that note I'm going to be doing exactly that today. -Kaylyn <3

Fresh Start 2018


Hey guys!

So for those of you who keep up with me, especially if you're on my website currently, you've probably noticed that I am in the middle of a major branding overhaul. Well, there's a reason for that, and it's slightly funny (at least to me), but very much needed as I continue to push forward in my entertainment career. 

I have a rare, difficult-for-many-to-spell, last name. 

And if you're reading this thinking, "No s#!t, Sherlock!", believe me that I am thinking the same thing nearly anytime whenever people tell me that (Not hating though! I've just been hearing it regularly since I was a little kid.). However, while building a name and a reputation for myself, because people have had trouble spelling it trying to find me to stream or download my music, I figured the best way for people to catch on besides opening and closing with my name at shows is by making my name my simple, easy-to-read, yet also very much me, logo. And I will say that since first testing this out in September 2017, it's started help me to make some headway in gaining new fans both in the US and around the world. 

In addition to branding, I have been working on building a team. 

Yes! A team. Why? Simple. As I've gotten older, I've learned the hard way to work smarter, not harder, and sometimes it's better to entrust someone talented in a skill you don't have rather than taking extra time to learn to do it yourself. Not to mention, as a Christian woman, reading passages about Jesus and the 12 disciples who worked together to help others, I can't help but feel like that says something about effective leadership. It's been a slow, yet steady process building my team up, but I feel confident that I've got some awesome people on my side who together, we'll conquer the music industry...or at least for now, in the sense of building my career so I can work more on getting music out for you guys and traveling the world to perform for you all while helping people along the way. 

How do I plan on helping people?

Well, it's like this. Because being an independent artist, especially in the early stages, means you're investing a lot of time and money in building your career from the ground up, I'm constantly studying the most effective way to get my music and messages out to you guys. I know I'm not the only independent artist out there doing this either, but I haven't really seen many opportunities for the "starving artist" to learn that don't require you have a relatively comfortable savings account. So while I'm not exactly mapping out a "get rich quick" scheme, much less trying to get famous (Fame is genuinely a terrifying thing for me to process potentially happening with me, but I know to some extent it has to happen in order for me to successfully share the messages I hope to share with the world.)one thing I do plan to implement for my fellow independent artists on my site is a tip of the week that may help you in building your career, reputation, and fans that has either helped me or an artist I know personally. And for all of the non-artist or creator fans of mine reading my blog, or even those I haven't met yet- I do hope and plan to help you too in some capacity. I plan to get more involved in causes very dear to my heart this year, like domestic violence, cancer in every form, and women's issues, whether it's a fundraising live-stream request show, social media silent auctions...I mean, for the most part, I'm pretty open minded when it comes to doing something to help other people. And while I don't exactly have the budget like a superstar like Taylor Swift to do this, I do have the heart and motivation to do it, and in the end, that's really all that matters. 

I'm not about to pretend like any of what I do is a walk through the park.

Yes. You did read that correctly. One of my resolutions for this year was to work to erase the myth that building a career in the music industry is as easy as different television talent competitions or movies tend to make it out to be. I'm going to be pretty transparent, within reason, with you guys, because I feel like that's really what we all want from people anyway- authenticity. So I'm going to show you what I can- the highs, the lows, the tricks I do to save money as I do this (since no matter your budget, it never hurts to save), and everywhere in-between. And as you all do get to know me, if you ever have any questions or comments for me, I'll do my best to answer them, even though sometimes it may take me awhile to get back to you.  

So here's to a fresh start to 2018! 

Thank you all SO much for your support thus far. I wouldn't be able to be sharing what I am today without you all. God bless.


New Year, New Look (And MUCH MORE!)


New Year, New Website Look!

I am so excited to be unveiling my latest website update! My website is now what it was initially intended to be- a one-stop shop for my music, videos, merch, portfolio, and more! So many new things are coming with it that I'm still learning to use, but it's a step in the right direction for myself, my team, and all of you who have taken the time to check out my website. 

Be on the lookout for lots of new content from me soon! 

Love, Light, and Blessings <3

-Kaylyn <3

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