Moving to LA

Sitting at a coffee shop down the road from my new apartment, and I can’t help but think how long I wanted this feeling. It’s unexplainable really. But, all I can say is I feel I am exactly where I am supposed to be. After a three day road trip with my best friend Carsen, I got to LA on September 3.

It’s always scary, leaving a place you called home for most of your life. Saying good bye to a great job, friends , and my family. If you know me, you know I’ve been wanting to move for years. I was at place in my life where I was really comfortable. Life was beautiful, but I knew I had to take a risk and move from my hometown in order to grow. I just wasn’t sure where. After living in Australia for a short term, I wanted to live there. But COVID changed those plans.

I prayed to God on where I should go. I knew I was ready, I just didn’t know where. Then all at once, God started to open some doors for me. I visited California a few times prior to moving there and fell in love with the people. Made some good friends. People who I could truly be myself around. People who didn’t make me feel like I wasn’t enough or too much. The friends I made, encouraged me to come. So.. I finally came.

I remember sitting in my living room in FL with my friend Laura. We just finished playing a few rounds of the were not really strangers game. She could feel how ready I was and she said, “Kat, God calls us to be a woman of action.” For some reason, these words hit me hard. She not only encouraged me to get going, but she instantly hopped online with me as I looked for a new job. These are the friends we all need. In that moment, I decided I was moving to California.

It was that easy, it just took a push or two or three… from some friends and family supporting me to go. On my road trip, there were so many signs I received from God that I made the right decision. It’s been almost two months of living here and all I can say is He provides. If you have desires in your heart, remember God created you and put those desires in your heart for a reason. I’m glad I finally became a woman of action and made one of the riskiest decisions of my life. I’m still adjusting, but I am loving every moment.

52 Replies to “Moving to LA”

  1. Moving out of your hometown is never easy and even though people might seem good and friendly, they are only a support system. The courage to take such a step lies inside you!

  2. Congratulation on the move. You will love the new place. You are brave enough to handle all the situations

  3. I am so glad that yoy had all those pushings that make you move foward and nothing stopped you from doing it. Hope you enjoy and be very happy over there. Life is short and we always keep waiting for the exact gtime to do things, when the perfect timing is NOW.

    -xoxo Verรณnica your friend from Puerto Rico

  4. It’s so great to bring our dreams to life regardless the challenges faced. I am so happy for you and may you enjoy everything in LA.

  5. I have been to LA and I must say itโ€™s a beautiful city to live. Youโ€™ve taken a great decision to move to the city…All the best!

  6. Congrats on your move! It’s so awesome that you took a leap of faith and it all worked out. May God bless you on your journey!

  7. Thats a brave step. Best luck for your future venture. I had left my hometown at the age of 18 to study elsewhere and since from then I am out in various places so I understand your feelings.

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