About Me

Hello Beautiful! I’m Hannah Kerr.

Welcome to Kerrageously Made! Looking for some honest insight on having a healthy lifestyle, whether that’s emotionally, physically or spiritually? You have come to the right place and I am so happy you are here! I am a twenty-one year old who started this blog one year ago at age twenty with aspirations to help girls realize how beautiful they and the world they live in are. I plan on living life to the fullest, but that can be easier said than done. Follow me here or through any of my social media sights for tips on devotionals, nutrition, or healthy and happy lifestyles.


For anyone who knows me, I am a coffee enthusiast, love seeking, english bulldog loving, Pinterest addict. Basically, the most girly girl there is but I choose to embrace it in every way.

I currently live in Bowling Green, Kentucky where I attend Western Kentucky University. I’m majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Event Planning. My dreams for the future are to move back home to Nashville, Tennessee where I was born and raised! There is no place like the Music City and I love exploring the new upcoming city; however, I do have a long bucket list of my own that I intend to complete.You should try to make one of your own!

I love to capture moments, so if you see me, I will most likely be taking pictures of everything and everyone while listening to some John Mayer…Hopes and aspirations are key to living, but getting lost in thought can take you off course sometimes. I strive with every ounce of me to have a positive outlook on life because every day is a gift from God. From the outside looking in, it looks as though I have my life put together and I am as happy as ever…don’t be fooled. I have been on a journey and am still on mine, trying to discover myself in a healthy way.


I loved my childhood. It’s always been my small family of four and I never wanted it any other way. My dad is my rock who is the smartest and most genuine man I know. He always wins every bet…I have not won one in all my 20 years of living! My mom is the spirit of my family who has the biggest heart I’ve ever seen. She will always be seen with red lipstick, OPI Big Apple Red nail polish and singing Bon Jovi at the top of her lungs.

Rachel is my beautiful older sister who is my role model in every way. I strive to have her confident outlook on life. She definitely pushes me to be the best I can be. We are both in the Greek sisterhood, Alpha Delta Pi. Why am I telling you this? You need a support system in your life. Whether that is friends, family, or a pet.

Speaking of pets, if you want to see the chubbiest and cutest English Bulldog, follow my sister’s and my favorite animal on earth, Russell, on his Instagram account. As I was saying, you can’t walk through life alone. With them by my side I should have felt complete, but I didn’t.

Starting my freshman year at WKU I felt called to be a part of something bigger than my comfort zone…the Lord was calling my name and changed my heart in ways I couldn’t imagine.

I have a habit of trying to make myself seem perfect on the outside, but on the inside, I admit to battling with body image issues and most importantly my faith. Share similar feelings? Starting college, I had never opened a bible on my own unless it was for homework in class, I believed rice cakes were meals and I put all my self worth in one person. I thought I was being “healthy” like the girls you see on Pinterest. When people told me how skinny I looked, I took it as a compliment. It took my family and doctors to tell me differently. Until around two months ago, I thought I was on the path to success. It turns out, I was corrupting my body in more ways than one. I am not perfect and will never be perfect. I had to rely on my faith to carry me to the right place. Changing my mindset of myself, relationships and lifestyle is still a work in progress but I hope that I can touch someone’s heart and can share here what the Lord calls us to share, His word.


As I continue writing, I hope that you explore Kerrageously Made as I discuss what health truly is. Sometimes it’s not about changing what we look like on the outside, but on the inside. Let’s go on a journey together and see the amazing life God has in store for us. You’re beautiful and are fearfully and wonderfully made.Let’s get started!