WHAT WE DO
Unveiling Providence LLC is a company that provides various services and opportunities to improve the lives of its clients. From personal organizing to life coaching to pet care, our businesses offer clients guidance and support to improve their lives from inside out. Rooted in Christian spirituality and a belief in non-judgmental life revision, we seek to empower our clients with tools to gently, yet concretely transform the areas of life which they seek to heal.
What does this look like?
Each of our businesses supports and fulfills a variety of client needs. For more information, see below.
Sanctuary Revising offers personal organization consulting, coaching, and personal collection archiving to assist clients in organizing all areas of their life, from online content and digital files to home organization and collection maintenance.
Bless This Wild Mess
Bless This Wild Mess is focused on living a life of order, gratitude, and simplicity using paper planning and tools. Including an etsy shop for planner supplies as well as videos and Kait's personal blog about planning, #phdlife, and day to day experiences, Bless This Wild Mess is a celebration of the chaos and grace found in everyday life.
Spiritual Uprising is a Christian-focused business that seeks to help readers to unveil providence in daily life. Originally a magazine, Spiritual Uprising's main offering right now is our wonderful guided meditations.
PhDog and Friends
Currently primarily a dog sitting, boarding, and walking business through Rover, PhDog and Friends is a growing project that focuses on dog care and training as well as celebrating the joys of pet ownership. Named for Kait's service dog, Gary, also known as the PhDog, we hope to eventually release a written project detailing the many adventures that the PhDog pack has had.
When you were little, did you have a hard time deciding what to be when you grew up? Yeah, me too. So, I decided to do all the things.
In my past life chapters, I have been a drama geek, an obnoxious teenager, a world traveler, a youth minister, a Domer (#lovetheenotredame), a campus minister, a magazine editor, a doll maker, a farmer, an almost nun, and a fountain pen addict. Today, I continue my trend of taking on way too many things but kicking ass in all of them by working as a Teaching Fellow (aka a college professor to all you non-academics) at the University of North Texas in English and Technical Communication (in other words, I teach writing) and being a writer, blogger, artist, calligrapher, PhD candidate in Xicana literature, planner addict, aunt, organizing coach and consultant, friend, daughter, mentor, and, most importantly, the dog mom to the cutest and most brave service dog in the world, Gary. It may seem like I have too much going on, but two years ago I received the opportunity to take a second chance on life and I’m planning to rock it.
I have accepted the fact that life may not often make sense, so I try to break the mold as much as possible. I’m a white rural Missouri farm girl who is getting a PhD in Xicana literature and focusing my research on bridging communities and breaking boundaries. I’m planning to be a career academic and I have purple hair, make planner stickers, and organize people’s lives as a hobby. If any of that interests you, here’s how you can follow, reach, hire, or (if it’s really what you want to do) avoid me:
Follow me on Instagram
Follow my dog on Instagram
Follow my planner on Instagram
Subscribe to my planner YouTube channel
Check out my etsy shop
Follow out my etsy shop’s Instagram
Check out my professional website
Listen to the guided meditations I did/do as part of Spiritual Uprising Magazine
If you must, you can follow me on twitter, but I never use it.
If you need me, I’ll be at UNT’s General Academic Building room 515 or at Zera Coffee grading papers. Come by and give Gary a belly rub. #gomeangreen #phdlife #phdoglife
Oh, and if you want a more traditional bio to read about me (because you have nothing else to do), you can find that here.
Pictures to the left feature me and Gary.
All photos by Heidi Cephus, Ph.D.