I See What You Mean with April Kae

Self-Discovery Is Hard Work — Kelly U., Mental Health Influencer

December 01, 2020 April Kae Season 1 Episode 5
I See What You Mean with April Kae
Self-Discovery Is Hard Work — Kelly U., Mental Health Influencer
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I See What You Mean with April Kae
Self-Discovery Is Hard Work — Kelly U., Mental Health Influencer
Dec 01, 2020 Season 1 Episode 5
April Kae

When she was just ten years old, Kelly U. began struggling with disordered eating. Since then, she’s been on a stunning journey of recovery—and she has shared that journey with the world all along the way. From winning the Miss Friendship Ambassador Pageant to founding The Warrior Collective—a jewelry line promoting self-love—Kelly has continually beaten the odds by putting creativity and healing first.

She is an Instagrammer and Youtuber collaborating with organizations and companies like Aerie, Dove, and the National Eating Disorder Association. Kelly is also a research coordinator specializing in childhood development, bringing her mental health mission to academia.

On this episode of I See What You Mean, Kelly gets brutally honest about balancing creative work with an intense day job, the challenges of loving a flawed family, and why she stayed in a toxic relationship for over six years. 

Show Notes

When she was just ten years old, Kelly U. began struggling with disordered eating. Since then, she’s been on a stunning journey of recovery—and she has shared that journey with the world all along the way. From winning the Miss Friendship Ambassador Pageant to founding The Warrior Collective—a jewelry line promoting self-love—Kelly has continually beaten the odds by putting creativity and healing first.

She is an Instagrammer and Youtuber collaborating with organizations and companies like Aerie, Dove, and the National Eating Disorder Association. Kelly is also a research coordinator specializing in childhood development, bringing her mental health mission to academia.

On this episode of I See What You Mean, Kelly gets brutally honest about balancing creative work with an intense day job, the challenges of loving a flawed family, and why she stayed in a toxic relationship for over six years.