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Lets Really Live is a proven coaching program, a redesigned lifestyle and supportive community that will create positive change in your life. When you work with Lets Really Live, you’ll finally start doing all those things you’ve dreamt of and enjoy the journey along the way. Whether your dream is a major life shift or a one-time experience you’re planning for, Lets Really Live breaks down barriers to drive your life or business forward.
We specialize in travel consulting/planning, life coaching, and yoga instruction.
The Story Behind
Lets Really Live
I’ve always been fascinated by the magic that happens in a kitchen. The way a table filled with food can bring strangers, family and friends together. How flavors combine, dough rises, cauliflower doubles as rice and there’s always room for dessert. I started in the kitchen young and wrote my first cookbook before age 10. It was filled with decadent recipes for things like peanut butter and jelly.
As I grew older and started to travel, I learned how geography impacts ingredients, the importance of spice, and that food in any culture creates bonds. I started buying every cookbook I could find, especially from new cities I visited. I read every cookbook from cover to cover, absorbing every word.
Several years ago we found a box of my Grandpa Miller’s books. He passed away from a brain tumor before I was born, but I’ve always been told we are a lot alike. In the bottom of the box was an old college notebook with random notes, recipes and words scribbled in it. On the last page he wrote, Let’s Really Live.
When I saw these words, it struck me. That’s how I wanted to live every day. I wanted to really live, just like my grandfather did. And now, here we are.
Hi, I’m Kate!
If you really knew me, you’d know:
1. I’m terrified of bees, wasps and hornets.
2. My love language is acts of service.
3. I read cookbooks cover to cover.
4. Feeling appreciated is important to me.
I graduated with degrees in Communications and Spanish, and spent ten years working in social media roles at advertising/public relations agencies. But where I learned the most was in the chances I took. The moments I stopped thinking and just did:
In 2005, I traveled alone for the first time. I cried the entire plane ride and ended up having six of the most incredibly life-changing months of my life.
In 2008, I ran my first half marathon. It was the first race I ever ran, but not the last. Now I’ve inspired many others to cross their first finish line.
In 2009, I moved to New York City. I’d never even visited New York, but I followed that passion inside. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
In 2016, I got certified to teach yoga and I was barely even a student at the time.
In July of 2017, I bought my first home. I still have no idea what I’m doing but I love it.
In August of 2017, I left a stable and rewarding job to start Kate Rae Digital - a digital, social media and creative consulting agency.
I always knew I wanted to start my own company but I wasn't sure where to begin. What I know now is you’ll never know where to start and the timing is never right, but the reward is worth the risk. Follow that passion inside and you won’t regret it. I made six digits in my first year, learned so much about the industry and myself, and experienced the beauty in giving myself permission to fail. It’s not always easy, but I never looked back. Now I spend my days as a digital nomad, entrepreneur and coach.
I currently get to my yoga mat any chance I get and enjoy teaching all levels of yogis. I teach several times a week and have been told my classes are an experience. I’ve finished several marathons but most importantly, have had the opportunity to inspire many first-time runners to complete a race. Travel is a big part of who I am and I spend about half the year experiencing new cultures around the world. I live a life of gratitude. I also enjoy weight lifting, sunshine, fashion, reading, cooking, nutrition and good conversations.
If I really knew you, what would I know?
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