Kellie has spent the last 17 years working in the Real Estate industry in Florida. She has ridden the highs and the lows of the market. While working Real Estate, she raised 2 children on her own and both are college educated. She learned how giving great customer service could allow her to not only help families realize the American dream of home-ownership but could also help her to take care of her family and retire early. After a diagnosis of Lupus, she was forced to leave the career she spent almost 2 decades building, once she saw the cracks in her financial plan, she realized with her knowledge of finance, real estate and customer service that she could assist others in finding not just the cracks in their plans but she could also help them find a way to earn by helping others do the same. Coping to Cashflow was born to help primarily those who can no longer work a traditional job find a flexible income but to also help those who don't want to be caught off guard financially, mend the cracks in their financial plans for the future. 

 

Early in 2015 she moved to a new city and shortly after became very ill. In the year after that, blogging became sporadic and near non-existent until now. Diagnosed after a year long battle and several hospital stays with lupus, Kellie has vowed to share the highs and lows of her life with her readers. It is her hope that she can encourage, entertain and educate others about the changes in her life that she now experiences.