Episode 11: The Biggest Lesson I Learned From My Great Southwest Road Trip

UNFOLD with Kellee Wynne Podcast Episode 11 - Great Southwest Road Trip

Inhale. Hold. And exhale.  Welcome back to Unfold with Kellee Wynne.  We’re at episode 11 and we’re so grateful you’re joining us on this journey.  Today Kellee is sharing a live account of her 3-week road trip to the Southwest with her mama and the truths she's learned along the way.  

  • The world is a wonderful place
  • Appreciation comes from the simplest things
  • Coming from a place of love, breaks all those barriers we built

But the greatest truth is that we all need a break to reset from time to time and it’s okay to take that time for ourselves and to ask for help if needed.

The episodes Kellee recommends you go back and listen to are; 

Episode 8: Exceeding Your Surge Capacity 

Episode 9: Burnout is a Sign You're Not Following Your Truth

Prologues 1, 2 & 3

Here are some photos from Kellee's trip

UNFOLD Ep 11 Southwest Road Trip

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Laura Crossett

You are so fortunate to have that time with your Mother. My Mother is now 88 and I wish I'd done it at your age. So glad it brought love and inspiration and joy to you (and I'm sure your Mother).

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Marian Burns

thanks for sharing your trip with your mom.  I loved hearing about being open to others with differing opinions.  I would love to do a workshop with you in Sedona!  I love Sedona, live about 2 hours away, and go up there at least 2x a year.  It's so peaceful and inspiring. 

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