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Answer The Call

Inaction can be action.

Seems wrong, but sometimes it’s oh so right.

If I had to say, what I felt was the most dangerous challenge facing us today, it would be our inability to have measured and thoughtful actions.

We are hot to trot with our trigger happy, cancel culture.

There is a famous photo of the height of Hitlers terrifying rein and in the picture thousands of people are holding their arm in the ridged expression of loyalty he demanded.

Then there is a man.

One man. Standing in the crowd, almost smirking at the insanity and not taking the expected action.

His inaction was deep action.

That one man showed the world that not every person was in agreement. His inaction was the window to understanding a way to psychologically undo complicity.

My grandfather was in the army during WWII.

He fought for us to hold our arms down when complicity is expected.

My action is to take time.

I will choose to take time to find the ones who hold their hands down in the crowds of loud.

I will slow down when everyone else speeds up. I will stick to the virtues: courage, temperance, wisdom and justice.

It takes courage to have temperance. It takes more courage to pause and consider then to jump and react.

When I was a young woman, growing up in Arkansas, my dad took me out one day to teach me how to handle a shotgun. My dad also served in the Airforce and he embodies the virtue of temperance more than anyone I have ever met.

He said, “Always carry the gun uncocked and facing down. You don’t want to make a rash decision when you hold the difference of life and death in your hands.”

My family only kept firearms to manage life in the deep woods. A wounded deer or a rabid raccoon.

Let virtues be your guide when times are troubled.

Take time to breathe so you can stay calm when the world seems to be in a full sprint to chaos.

I promise you, we will find each other.

Standing calm in the storm.

Holding the light in the darkness.
...

Ok, I am going to say it...

You HAVE to listen to this episode of the FLOW podcast.

I just listened back and not to sound like a total narcissist, but this information is life changing!

Especially, in challenging times.

Take 20 minutes and take notes!

I will link this in my bio AND it is available on ALL podcast platforms. Spotify, Apple, etc.
search “FLOW by Kelley Wolf”.

I will also put another swipe up in my stories.

After you listen I would love to hear your thoughts, questions and insights down here ⬇️⬇️⬇️

#podcasts #energyprotection #kellywolf #flow #findingloveoverworry #loveistheanswer
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I just had an Ah-Ha moment!

I don’t know about you but silly fun and simple joy seems like it is in short supply.

Even without Covid and Politics, as a mom of three, a wife, a business owner... la di da, all of it. I rarely have, or should I say MAKE time to tap into my playful side.

My hunch is life isn’t going to magically make time for all of us. And I know for sure that the journey IS The destination.

So, it’s up to me.

I have to be the master of ceremonies in my own life and carve out little spaces to let my hair down.

Or in the case of this picture BUY some tape on bangs and throw on a wig and treat myself to a photo shoot.

Shout to @carlaboecklin for catching the moment when I just rolled around for a minute. I forgot that I was that responsible, controlled lady and I let it ride!!

God, it felt good and I freaking love this picture to remind me that “Fun Kelley” is still alive and well.

Can you create a moment? Maybe it’s a luxurious bath with music blaring. Maybe it’s buying a little something just for you. Maybe it’s just sitting the hell down in the middle of the day.

Whatever it is, I’m going to champion your joy! I’m going to applaud your play and I may just roll up and join you someday!

Sending you all love and hopefully some play today. We need it, don’t you think?

#flow #findingplayoverworry #findingloveoverworry #goofy #loveyourself #tapeonsomebangs #kellywolf
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Ok... I was not the bachelorette. This was my birthday from years past.

I did tell everyone they had to wear a suit or I would send them home.

I’m never short of moxie.

One of my guy friends showed up in jeans and I sent him home to change.

Don’t mess with a girl who has two wardrobe changes for her birthday.

But, if I was the bachelorette, I definetly would have picked the guy to my left (in the picture).

Oh! I did! Yay!

And you know who WAS the bachelorette? My dear friend and fellow momma bear @tristasutter.

Trista has a new podcast called @betteretc and I had the honor of being a guest this week!

I’d love for you guys to check it out! If you subscribe you will see it pop up this week. We took a deep dive into FLOW. We talked about ALL the things because we both believe in transparency and at least trying to be better at being vulnerable.

Enjoy!

#flow #kellywolf #findingloveoverworry #lifecoach #speaker #tristasutter #indianagirls
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I know I’m not supposed to do this.
Everyone always tells me to “just ignore it” and “don’t engage”.

But, I’ve been working on a speech I am giving tomorrow to teenage girls and I cannot wait.

I decided I would share a story from my high school years of being relentlessly and aggressively bullied towards the end of my senior year and how it was the fuel I needed to show me my purpose. How to FLOW in times of chaos.

That experience shaped me. I always wanted to “understand” how people could be so cruel. I wanted to understand what would happen to someone, that they were then able to inflict such abuse. I spent years unpacking their destruction.

Maybe it was apropos that I was relentlessly bullied today on my messages and on my page because it reminded me how I felt back then.

I remember saying to my attackers, “Just leave, can’t you just leave me alone. Why do you have to come to MY house and do damage”.

Hate me all you want. Say what you want, but please don’t arrive at my door and spew hateful and cruel things.

I wish I didn’t care, but I do. And the truly sick part is, I actually care to understand. I actually would want to talk and try to understand what happens to a person that could be so hateful. It is a weakness of mine and I will work to "just ignoring them”.
So,I guess I should say thank you for reminding me of the message I will bring those young women tomorrow.
It will be a message of hope and faith. Faith that what may feel like a loss and may be painful, is also your guiding light to the purpose of your life.

Without the cruelty, I may not understand compassion. Without their anger, I may not realize the need for my calm.

I am grateful to the girls who spit in my face and slashed my tires. I am grateful to the girls who spray painted BITCH on the street in front of my house. I am grateful because they thought they were pushing me down but they pushed me up.

Go ahead and come at me with your anger. I’ve been here before. But please remember I won’t let you evoke anger in me.

With every ounce of my being I believe in my power to FLOW. I WILL find love over worry, hate, fear and aggression.
Now, I will celebrate.
With LOVE
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Love wins.

I haven’t been able to write because I cannot stop crying. I think the world will be able to take a collective breath and consider how we move forward in times of deep crisis.

The distractions and anger and worry have taken center stage for too long and today we can crest the wave of worry and begin to heal.

Begin to FLOW.

And to all the ladies and girls out there...How ‘bout them apples!

Thank you Mrs. Vice President Elect Harris. You will be our lighthouse.

Today is a day to celebrate the power of LOVE. The power of collaboration and especially the hope for our future.

When you finish your mimosas, let’s talk about getting to work on healing.

Love you all!
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Y’all know I love an acronym.
Because, FLOW, of course.

It’s not the cleanest one but this message needs to be heard...

GLOAT
Gloating Leaves Out Another Truth

And that truth is,

we need GRITT!

Getting Real In Troubled Times.

Ok, I’ll stop.

But here is my point....
What I see today is a house divided.

Every thing I fight for, is for my children and your children. I fight to remind them of our ability to make things better, to show them the way and to build bridges.

When we gloat, we miss a glaring detail. People are feeling divided.
I may disagree with the reasons behind those feelings but I stick to feelings and feelings can be cared for by making connections and showing compassion.

Today is a good day to send a message to a friend that may disagree with you and tell them you are there to listen and to walk together as we heal.

Please resist the desire to draw deeper lines in the sand.

We have work to do.

Who will you call/tag today and offer an olive branch?

Who will be at your holiday table? What can you do to bring healing to our divided tables?

Meditate on this today my friends because together we FLOW better.

And if you don’t know my favorite acronym....

✨FLOW✨
Finding Love Over Worry

#celebratewithclass #buildabridge #makingconnection #ahousedivided #flow #kellywolf #findingloveoverworry #speaker #vancouverspeaker
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We.

I love saying that word.

We.

We walk together in this life and I cannot imagine any other hand in mine.

We love each other, something fierce.

Thank you @iamscottwolf for laying by me and being my calm rock.

And thank god, we know how to laugh.

I am especially thankful for our laughter.

It is priceless.

#flow #findingloveoverworry #patience #allwillbewell #moveyourbody #kellywolf
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There is light at the end of the tunnel.

Actually, there is light coming through and all around the tunnel.

Darkness is a simple illusion.
A trick.

The trick is to distract you. To force you to crawl through the dark space not trusting what you know.

When you have lost electricity in your own home, could you find your way to the box that held the matches? Of course you did. And I bet you barely bumped your knee.

You KNOW the corners and the turns of your own soul and when it feels dark you must remember what you know.

Distraction is a seductive foe. It comes in the forms of many desirable suitors. Just remember your compass is always set towards the light. All you have to do is follow it.

When you feel despair, confusion, contempt and otherness, choose to reach deep into your remembrance of who you really are.

That night when the lights went out, you stood up and centered your body. Breathing deeply through the darkness. Remembering each step and turn until you could strike a match and light the way.

I see you.
You see the light.
Stay focused.

FLOW.

Find. Love. Over. Worry.

#love #lighthouse #strikeamatch #kellywolf #flow #findingloveoverworry
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You know how people introduce themselves to new followers?

Well, today I want to address the ones who stayed.

You.

My last post clearly struck a nerve and a few hundred folks tapped that beautiful unfollow button. And I want to say, BRAVO! I mean it.

Why? Because, if something makes you feel bad, if something gives you a pit in your stomach or you feel like a moth to a flame that doesn’t ignite you, then I admire the ability to know that about yourself and to do something about it. More of that please!

Now to those of you who are here because we want to FLOW together....

I hope y’all know that I SEE you. I really see you. I take time everyday to move through this community and get to know what is on your mind. I cannot always respond to every message but I read them and I HEAR you.

My calling in this lifetime is to be of service. It may seem corny or pathetic to some people but it is my driving force.

I am driven to look at the world through many eyes so I may best see the path forward. I don’t take one soul for granted and I honor your time with my own time.

These platforms don’t have to be “time wasted”. I hope to bring more awakening and less worry to you every day. That is the big idea.

My door is ALWAYS open.

My husband always tells me I am the least judgmental person he has ever met and the more I live the more I agree with him. I am blessed to spend my days listening to the most vulnerable parts of people and I can promise you that I have yet to come across a genuine asshole. Everyone just wants to be seen, heard and validated. They want to feel love and they want give love. They want to...
✨Find Love Over Worry✨

Thanks for sticking around and let’s keep going! Keep FLOWing and keep lighting the way for the ones we love!

📸 @carlaboecklin
👗 @thestylistnextdoor_ut
💇‍♀️ @yabbastyle

#kellywolf #gratitude #flow #findingloveoverworry #beatanxiety #lovewins #vancouverlifecoach #lifecoach #vancouverspeaker
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I am not brave.

I have swagger and sass but I’m not brave.

She was brave.

This picture was taken from the Governor’s mansion when I was in 6th grade. Our Girl Scout Troop went to the capitol that year and we met the Governor of Arkansas, Bill Clinton.

I remember driving home and hearing the moms talk about how “cute he was” but “I’d never vote for a democrat”.

I was a Democrat. I felt shame and I was quiet to assure I wouldn’t be “found out” in the sea of red that was my community.

Let me be clear. I grew up in a house where I was told to attend “EVERY church” with friends until I chose for myself. I was told to think for myself based on the information I had. I had another modality... I chose not just from what I thought but what I felt.

A few years later I chose to be baptized at 13 years old. I stood at the alter of St. Paul’s with three infants.

I chose to wear my hair this way.

I chose.

You may judge my parents and you may judge me but I will no longer be afraid of my truth.

When you grow up an outsider, you learn to quietly hold your values. I felt the sting of not being a parishioner of our towns biggest church. I felt the sting of my political and social views most of my childhood. Remember what my favorite teacher told me about my first boyfriend (who happened to be black)?

This girl in this picture saw some things in her life and that is why she voted for @joebiden.

I stay neutral on social media for one reason and it’s to ensure we continue a dialogue. I will never hate you for your vote or for what church you go to or how you wear your hair. I will ask you to talk to me. To share with me and to sit at my table.

I have to believe for the sake of my children that we will be a world that breaks bread together. That is why I chose St. Paul’s. I saw people from every corner of my community drink from the same cup.

I will continue to believe that the only thing that keeps us apart is fear and I have devoted my life to fighting fear.

And the number one thing that promotes fear is silence. We almost never hate someone up close.

So let’s talk.

I’m ready for ya! Go ahead and send me messages.

I’ll be brave.

#brave
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We went though old pictures last night and found this one. Jackson was one year old and we were living in Vancouver. It was such a beautiful and magical time in all of our lives.
And here we are again...
I took this trail just yesterday with Lucy!
I am humbled by the magic of life. I am grateful to be here on this beautiful planet. I don’t take one moment for granted.
I hope you see the magic in the simplicity of being alive. Sending FLOW!

#forestsaremychurch #flow #findingloveoverworry #seetheforestthroughthetrees #lovewins #yourlifeisyourart
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Anybody feeling a little unsteady?

A metaphor I use often in coaching is one I call the, “Tent Theory”.

Imagine this as an actual moment...
You are sitting inside of a large tent. You lean on the very sturdy pole holding up the middle of the space. You are surrounded by people you love and trust.
Without warning the tent pole collapses. The piles of fabric and metal are going to fall.

What do you do? What do you actually do? Again, truly imagine this moment.

You raise your arms over your head. You hold them strong and straight to keep the roof from landing on your head. And so does everyone else. You hold off the collapse with your own instinct, your own strength and with the collective strength of the ones you love.

You must not forget your personal power and the power of your community.

It is relaxing and easy to trust a single tent pole. And in a perfect world that tent pole is strong and able. But when it breaks, you must find your own power and throw your hands up.

When each individual recognizes the power they hold through the deep love of themselves, they are able to hold the weight for not just themselves but for those around them.

Consider a tipi. A tipi doesn’t rely on just one pole. Instead it is many poles leaned on each other to hold the sanctuary. Now is the time to hold each other up. Now is the time to trust your individual power to keep the ceiling steady for yourself and your community.

Now is NOT the time for separation, anger, hate and distrust.

Let’s erect a tipi, grounded in the foundations of love. A sacred space of safety and connection.

When we allow ourselves to be divided the tent will collapse onto our heads and break our backs. It is time to throw your hands in the air like you just DO care! Together we stand, divided we fall.

#lovewins #flow #findingloveoverworry #staycalmbekind #kellywolf #peacetrumpschaos
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Don’t you just want to...

You know! Or maybe YOU don’t know! My southern hospitality has been awful and I haven’t said WELCOME to all the new friends here!

Hi!!

I thought I would tell you a piece of my story so we can get to know each other better.

I’m a life coach, speaker and a writer. But before you email for coaching I have to tell you I’m on a sabbatical to write my book on FLOW! (Being born in 2021)

FLOW-Finding Love Over Worry is a methodology I created to re-train your brain towards the evolution of love based living. In other words, it’s a map to freedom, because living with fear and worry is a prison of the mind.

And part of that book is the story of what brought me to my FLOW awakening. It’s a little self-help “yourself” memoir.

I grew up in Fayetteville, Arkansas. When I was 15 years old, I moved to Cambridge, England to be a nanny and that job lasted a hot second.
Instead, I lived in another country on my own and learned a thing or two about independence and our personal power.

When I moved back, I went to college at KU, then moved back to England where I fell in and out of love and eventually landed in New Orleans filming a little reality show.

I fell in and out of love (again) and then I grabbed my trusty backpack, headed to the Big Apple.

I walked off of a subway and onto the streets of NYC only three weeks after 9/11. Once again I had to pull out my sass along side my metro card in this new world.

After a year of my own version of “no-sex in the city” (read my book). I went on a blind date and some mapless adventures that ended in a marriage to my forever prince @iamscottwolf.

Three kids, two dogs, and 14 moves later we have started a new chapter in Vancouver, BC.

I have a lot of grit and a lot of heart and I love to share FLOW with my people. I believe we are better when we lock arms through hard stuff and I believe in the power of love. I also really love cheese plates and trees with big roots. That’s not a euphemism, it’s true.

I also think I’m funny. Ask @delilahgervais. She will tell you.

So, I’m glad YOU are here. I hope you stick around until we can all FLOW together and just grab life by the....
Branches.
...

I had to sit down to write this.

I’m in the middle of the forest, in the rain, in a severe EDS flare up...

AND

I wanted to remind you of your strength.

When the pain came crashing in yesterday my mind started to spin. What if this one lasts? How do I do my life? People will think I’m weak, flaky or unreliable.

Then I stop to FIND what is the source of my WORRY.

I walk OVER my worry and imagine how I would feel if I LOVED my body. If I LOVED My pain. If I asked my pain, “What are you here to show me?”

When we are in pain and worry we get abusive to ourselves and probably to others. When we are scared and hurting we believe we are alone and judged and we begin to judge.

What is MY pain here to show me...

That we are all in pain and we need LOVE. And if you have to start with yourself then by god, DO IT NOW!!

RIGHT NOW!

FLOW my friends. I’ll do it with you. Beside you. Find Love Over Worry and send yourself a life raft.

Ok.... I’m going to keep pulling myself through the forest. Because I freaking love myself and I love you.
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Inaction can be action.

Seems wrong, but sometimes it’s oh so right.

If I had to say, what I felt was the most dangerous challenge facing us today, it would be our inability to have measured and thoughtful actions.

We are hot to trot with our trigger happy, cancel culture.

There is a famous photo of the height of Hitlers terrifying rein and in the picture thousands of people are holding their arm in the ridged expression of loyalty he demanded.

Then there is a man.

One man. Standing in the crowd, almost smirking at the insanity and not taking the expected action.

His inaction was deep action.

That one man showed the world that not every person was in agreement. His inaction was the window to understanding a way to psychologically undo complicity.

My grandfather was in the army during WWII.

He fought for us to hold our arms down when complicity is expected.

My action is to take time.

I will choose to take time to find the ones who hold their hands down in the crowds of loud.

I will slow down when everyone else speeds up. I will stick to the virtues: courage, temperance, wisdom and justice.

It takes courage to have temperance. It takes more courage to pause and consider then to jump and react.

When I was a young woman, growing up in Arkansas, my dad took me out one day to teach me how to handle a shotgun. My dad also served in the Airforce and he embodies the virtue of temperance more than anyone I have ever met.

He said, “Always carry the gun uncocked and facing down. You don’t want to make a rash decision when you hold the difference of life and death in your hands.”

My family only kept firearms to manage life in the deep woods. A wounded deer or a rabid raccoon.

Let virtues be your guide when times are troubled.

Take time to breathe so you can stay calm when the world seems to be in a full sprint to chaos.

I promise you, we will find each other.

Standing calm in the storm.

Holding the light in the darkness.
...

Ok, I am going to say it...

You HAVE to listen to this episode of the FLOW podcast.

I just listened back and not to sound like a total narcissist, but this information is life changing!

Especially, in challenging times.

Take 20 minutes and take notes!

I will link this in my bio AND it is available on ALL podcast platforms. Spotify, Apple, etc.
search “FLOW by Kelley Wolf”.

I will also put another swipe up in my stories.

After you listen I would love to hear your thoughts, questions and insights down here ⬇️⬇️⬇️

#podcasts #energyprotection #kellywolf #flow #findingloveoverworry #loveistheanswer
...

I just had an Ah-Ha moment!

I don’t know about you but silly fun and simple joy seems like it is in short supply.

Even without Covid and Politics, as a mom of three, a wife, a business owner... la di da, all of it. I rarely have, or should I say MAKE time to tap into my playful side.

My hunch is life isn’t going to magically make time for all of us. And I know for sure that the journey IS The destination.

So, it’s up to me.

I have to be the master of ceremonies in my own life and carve out little spaces to let my hair down.

Or in the case of this picture BUY some tape on bangs and throw on a wig and treat myself to a photo shoot.

Shout to @carlaboecklin for catching the moment when I just rolled around for a minute. I forgot that I was that responsible, controlled lady and I let it ride!!

God, it felt good and I freaking love this picture to remind me that “Fun Kelley” is still alive and well.

Can you create a moment? Maybe it’s a luxurious bath with music blaring. Maybe it’s buying a little something just for you. Maybe it’s just sitting the hell down in the middle of the day.

Whatever it is, I’m going to champion your joy! I’m going to applaud your play and I may just roll up and join you someday!

Sending you all love and hopefully some play today. We need it, don’t you think?

#flow #findingplayoverworry #findingloveoverworry #goofy #loveyourself #tapeonsomebangs #kellywolf
...

Ok... I was not the bachelorette. This was my birthday from years past.

I did tell everyone they had to wear a suit or I would send them home.

I’m never short of moxie.

One of my guy friends showed up in jeans and I sent him home to change.

Don’t mess with a girl who has two wardrobe changes for her birthday.

But, if I was the bachelorette, I definetly would have picked the guy to my left (in the picture).

Oh! I did! Yay!

And you know who WAS the bachelorette? My dear friend and fellow momma bear @tristasutter.

Trista has a new podcast called @betteretc and I had the honor of being a guest this week!

I’d love for you guys to check it out! If you subscribe you will see it pop up this week. We took a deep dive into FLOW. We talked about ALL the things because we both believe in transparency and at least trying to be better at being vulnerable.

Enjoy!

#flow #kellywolf #findingloveoverworry #lifecoach #speaker #tristasutter #indianagirls
...

I know I’m not supposed to do this.
Everyone always tells me to “just ignore it” and “don’t engage”.

But, I’ve been working on a speech I am giving tomorrow to teenage girls and I cannot wait.

I decided I would share a story from my high school years of being relentlessly and aggressively bullied towards the end of my senior year and how it was the fuel I needed to show me my purpose. How to FLOW in times of chaos.

That experience shaped me. I always wanted to “understand” how people could be so cruel. I wanted to understand what would happen to someone, that they were then able to inflict such abuse. I spent years unpacking their destruction.

Maybe it was apropos that I was relentlessly bullied today on my messages and on my page because it reminded me how I felt back then.

I remember saying to my attackers, “Just leave, can’t you just leave me alone. Why do you have to come to MY house and do damage”.

Hate me all you want. Say what you want, but please don’t arrive at my door and spew hateful and cruel things.

I wish I didn’t care, but I do. And the truly sick part is, I actually care to understand. I actually would want to talk and try to understand what happens to a person that could be so hateful. It is a weakness of mine and I will work to "just ignoring them”.
So,I guess I should say thank you for reminding me of the message I will bring those young women tomorrow.
It will be a message of hope and faith. Faith that what may feel like a loss and may be painful, is also your guiding light to the purpose of your life.

Without the cruelty, I may not understand compassion. Without their anger, I may not realize the need for my calm.

I am grateful to the girls who spit in my face and slashed my tires. I am grateful to the girls who spray painted BITCH on the street in front of my house. I am grateful because they thought they were pushing me down but they pushed me up.

Go ahead and come at me with your anger. I’ve been here before. But please remember I won’t let you evoke anger in me.

With every ounce of my being I believe in my power to FLOW. I WILL find love over worry, hate, fear and aggression.
Now, I will celebrate.
With LOVE
...

Love wins.

I haven’t been able to write because I cannot stop crying. I think the world will be able to take a collective breath and consider how we move forward in times of deep crisis.

The distractions and anger and worry have taken center stage for too long and today we can crest the wave of worry and begin to heal.

Begin to FLOW.

And to all the ladies and girls out there...How ‘bout them apples!

Thank you Mrs. Vice President Elect Harris. You will be our lighthouse.

Today is a day to celebrate the power of LOVE. The power of collaboration and especially the hope for our future.

When you finish your mimosas, let’s talk about getting to work on healing.

Love you all!
...

Y’all know I love an acronym.
Because, FLOW, of course.

It’s not the cleanest one but this message needs to be heard...

GLOAT
Gloating Leaves Out Another Truth

And that truth is,

we need GRITT!

Getting Real In Troubled Times.

Ok, I’ll stop.

But here is my point....
What I see today is a house divided.

Every thing I fight for, is for my children and your children. I fight to remind them of our ability to make things better, to show them the way and to build bridges.

When we gloat, we miss a glaring detail. People are feeling divided.
I may disagree with the reasons behind those feelings but I stick to feelings and feelings can be cared for by making connections and showing compassion.

Today is a good day to send a message to a friend that may disagree with you and tell them you are there to listen and to walk together as we heal.

Please resist the desire to draw deeper lines in the sand.

We have work to do.

Who will you call/tag today and offer an olive branch?

Who will be at your holiday table? What can you do to bring healing to our divided tables?

Meditate on this today my friends because together we FLOW better.

And if you don’t know my favorite acronym....

✨FLOW✨
Finding Love Over Worry

#celebratewithclass #buildabridge #makingconnection #ahousedivided #flow #kellywolf #findingloveoverworry #speaker #vancouverspeaker
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We.

I love saying that word.

We.

We walk together in this life and I cannot imagine any other hand in mine.

We love each other, something fierce.

Thank you @iamscottwolf for laying by me and being my calm rock.

And thank god, we know how to laugh.

I am especially thankful for our laughter.

It is priceless.

#flow #findingloveoverworry #patience #allwillbewell #moveyourbody #kellywolf
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There is light at the end of the tunnel.

Actually, there is light coming through and all around the tunnel.

Darkness is a simple illusion.
A trick.

The trick is to distract you. To force you to crawl through the dark space not trusting what you know.

When you have lost electricity in your own home, could you find your way to the box that held the matches? Of course you did. And I bet you barely bumped your knee.

You KNOW the corners and the turns of your own soul and when it feels dark you must remember what you know.

Distraction is a seductive foe. It comes in the forms of many desirable suitors. Just remember your compass is always set towards the light. All you have to do is follow it.

When you feel despair, confusion, contempt and otherness, choose to reach deep into your remembrance of who you really are.

That night when the lights went out, you stood up and centered your body. Breathing deeply through the darkness. Remembering each step and turn until you could strike a match and light the way.

I see you.
You see the light.
Stay focused.

FLOW.

Find. Love. Over. Worry.

#love #lighthouse #strikeamatch #kellywolf #flow #findingloveoverworry
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You know how people introduce themselves to new followers?

Well, today I want to address the ones who stayed.

You.

My last post clearly struck a nerve and a few hundred folks tapped that beautiful unfollow button. And I want to say, BRAVO! I mean it.

Why? Because, if something makes you feel bad, if something gives you a pit in your stomach or you feel like a moth to a flame that doesn’t ignite you, then I admire the ability to know that about yourself and to do something about it. More of that please!

Now to those of you who are here because we want to FLOW together....

I hope y’all know that I SEE you. I really see you. I take time everyday to move through this community and get to know what is on your mind. I cannot always respond to every message but I read them and I HEAR you.

My calling in this lifetime is to be of service. It may seem corny or pathetic to some people but it is my driving force.

I am driven to look at the world through many eyes so I may best see the path forward. I don’t take one soul for granted and I honor your time with my own time.

These platforms don’t have to be “time wasted”. I hope to bring more awakening and less worry to you every day. That is the big idea.

My door is ALWAYS open.

My husband always tells me I am the least judgmental person he has ever met and the more I live the more I agree with him. I am blessed to spend my days listening to the most vulnerable parts of people and I can promise you that I have yet to come across a genuine asshole. Everyone just wants to be seen, heard and validated. They want to feel love and they want give love. They want to...
✨Find Love Over Worry✨

Thanks for sticking around and let’s keep going! Keep FLOWing and keep lighting the way for the ones we love!

📸 @carlaboecklin
👗 @thestylistnextdoor_ut
💇‍♀️ @yabbastyle

#kellywolf #gratitude #flow #findingloveoverworry #beatanxiety #lovewins #vancouverlifecoach #lifecoach #vancouverspeaker
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I am not brave.

I have swagger and sass but I’m not brave.

She was brave.

This picture was taken from the Governor’s mansion when I was in 6th grade. Our Girl Scout Troop went to the capitol that year and we met the Governor of Arkansas, Bill Clinton.

I remember driving home and hearing the moms talk about how “cute he was” but “I’d never vote for a democrat”.

I was a Democrat. I felt shame and I was quiet to assure I wouldn’t be “found out” in the sea of red that was my community.

Let me be clear. I grew up in a house where I was told to attend “EVERY church” with friends until I chose for myself. I was told to think for myself based on the information I had. I had another modality... I chose not just from what I thought but what I felt.

A few years later I chose to be baptized at 13 years old. I stood at the alter of St. Paul’s with three infants.

I chose to wear my hair this way.

I chose.

You may judge my parents and you may judge me but I will no longer be afraid of my truth.

When you grow up an outsider, you learn to quietly hold your values. I felt the sting of not being a parishioner of our towns biggest church. I felt the sting of my political and social views most of my childhood. Remember what my favorite teacher told me about my first boyfriend (who happened to be black)?

This girl in this picture saw some things in her life and that is why she voted for @joebiden.

I stay neutral on social media for one reason and it’s to ensure we continue a dialogue. I will never hate you for your vote or for what church you go to or how you wear your hair. I will ask you to talk to me. To share with me and to sit at my table.

I have to believe for the sake of my children that we will be a world that breaks bread together. That is why I chose St. Paul’s. I saw people from every corner of my community drink from the same cup.

I will continue to believe that the only thing that keeps us apart is fear and I have devoted my life to fighting fear.

And the number one thing that promotes fear is silence. We almost never hate someone up close.

So let’s talk.

I’m ready for ya! Go ahead and send me messages.

I’ll be brave.

#brave
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We went though old pictures last night and found this one. Jackson was one year old and we were living in Vancouver. It was such a beautiful and magical time in all of our lives.
And here we are again...
I took this trail just yesterday with Lucy!
I am humbled by the magic of life. I am grateful to be here on this beautiful planet. I don’t take one moment for granted.
I hope you see the magic in the simplicity of being alive. Sending FLOW!

#forestsaremychurch #flow #findingloveoverworry #seetheforestthroughthetrees #lovewins #yourlifeisyourart
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Anybody feeling a little unsteady?

A metaphor I use often in coaching is one I call the, “Tent Theory”.

Imagine this as an actual moment...
You are sitting inside of a large tent. You lean on the very sturdy pole holding up the middle of the space. You are surrounded by people you love and trust.
Without warning the tent pole collapses. The piles of fabric and metal are going to fall.

What do you do? What do you actually do? Again, truly imagine this moment.

You raise your arms over your head. You hold them strong and straight to keep the roof from landing on your head. And so does everyone else. You hold off the collapse with your own instinct, your own strength and with the collective strength of the ones you love.

You must not forget your personal power and the power of your community.

It is relaxing and easy to trust a single tent pole. And in a perfect world that tent pole is strong and able. But when it breaks, you must find your own power and throw your hands up.

When each individual recognizes the power they hold through the deep love of themselves, they are able to hold the weight for not just themselves but for those around them.

Consider a tipi. A tipi doesn’t rely on just one pole. Instead it is many poles leaned on each other to hold the sanctuary. Now is the time to hold each other up. Now is the time to trust your individual power to keep the ceiling steady for yourself and your community.

Now is NOT the time for separation, anger, hate and distrust.

Let’s erect a tipi, grounded in the foundations of love. A sacred space of safety and connection.

When we allow ourselves to be divided the tent will collapse onto our heads and break our backs. It is time to throw your hands in the air like you just DO care! Together we stand, divided we fall.

#lovewins #flow #findingloveoverworry #staycalmbekind #kellywolf #peacetrumpschaos
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Don’t you just want to...

You know! Or maybe YOU don’t know! My southern hospitality has been awful and I haven’t said WELCOME to all the new friends here!

Hi!!

I thought I would tell you a piece of my story so we can get to know each other better.

I’m a life coach, speaker and a writer. But before you email for coaching I have to tell you I’m on a sabbatical to write my book on FLOW! (Being born in 2021)

FLOW-Finding Love Over Worry is a methodology I created to re-train your brain towards the evolution of love based living. In other words, it’s a map to freedom, because living with fear and worry is a prison of the mind.

And part of that book is the story of what brought me to my FLOW awakening. It’s a little self-help “yourself” memoir.

I grew up in Fayetteville, Arkansas. When I was 15 years old, I moved to Cambridge, England to be a nanny and that job lasted a hot second.
Instead, I lived in another country on my own and learned a thing or two about independence and our personal power.

When I moved back, I went to college at KU, then moved back to England where I fell in and out of love and eventually landed in New Orleans filming a little reality show.

I fell in and out of love (again) and then I grabbed my trusty backpack, headed to the Big Apple.

I walked off of a subway and onto the streets of NYC only three weeks after 9/11. Once again I had to pull out my sass along side my metro card in this new world.

After a year of my own version of “no-sex in the city” (read my book). I went on a blind date and some mapless adventures that ended in a marriage to my forever prince @iamscottwolf.

Three kids, two dogs, and 14 moves later we have started a new chapter in Vancouver, BC.

I have a lot of grit and a lot of heart and I love to share FLOW with my people. I believe we are better when we lock arms through hard stuff and I believe in the power of love. I also really love cheese plates and trees with big roots. That’s not a euphemism, it’s true.

I also think I’m funny. Ask @delilahgervais. She will tell you.

So, I’m glad YOU are here. I hope you stick around until we can all FLOW together and just grab life by the....
Branches.
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I had to sit down to write this.

I’m in the middle of the forest, in the rain, in a severe EDS flare up...

AND

I wanted to remind you of your strength.

When the pain came crashing in yesterday my mind started to spin. What if this one lasts? How do I do my life? People will think I’m weak, flaky or unreliable.

Then I stop to FIND what is the source of my WORRY.

I walk OVER my worry and imagine how I would feel if I LOVED my body. If I LOVED My pain. If I asked my pain, “What are you here to show me?”

When we are in pain and worry we get abusive to ourselves and probably to others. When we are scared and hurting we believe we are alone and judged and we begin to judge.

What is MY pain here to show me...

That we are all in pain and we need LOVE. And if you have to start with yourself then by god, DO IT NOW!!

RIGHT NOW!

FLOW my friends. I’ll do it with you. Beside you. Find Love Over Worry and send yourself a life raft.

Ok.... I’m going to keep pulling myself through the forest. Because I freaking love myself and I love you.
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Inaction can be action.

Seems wrong, but sometimes it’s oh so right.

If I had to say, what I felt was the most dangerous challenge facing us today, it would be our inability to have measured and thoughtful actions.

We are hot to trot with our trigger happy, cancel culture.

There is a famous photo of the height of Hitlers terrifying rein and in the picture thousands of people are holding their arm in the ridged expression of loyalty he demanded.

Then there is a man.

One man. Standing in the crowd, almost smirking at the insanity and not taking the expected action.

His inaction was deep action.

That one man showed the world that not every person was in agreement. His inaction was the window to understanding a way to psychologically undo complicity.

My grandfather was in the army during WWII.

He fought for us to hold our arms down when complicity is expected.

My action is to take time.

I will choose to take time to find the ones who hold their hands down in the crowds of loud.

I will slow down when everyone else speeds up. I will stick to the virtues: courage, temperance, wisdom and justice.

It takes courage to have temperance. It takes more courage to pause and consider then to jump and react.

When I was a young woman, growing up in Arkansas, my dad took me out one day to teach me how to handle a shotgun. My dad also served in the Airforce and he embodies the virtue of temperance more than anyone I have ever met.

He said, “Always carry the gun uncocked and facing down. You don’t want to make a rash decision when you hold the difference of life and death in your hands.”

My family only kept firearms to manage life in the deep woods. A wounded deer or a rabid raccoon.

Let virtues be your guide when times are troubled.

Take time to breathe so you can stay calm when the world seems to be in a full sprint to chaos.

I promise you, we will find each other.

Standing calm in the storm.

Holding the light in the darkness.
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Ok, I am going to say it...

You HAVE to listen to this episode of the FLOW podcast.

I just listened back and not to sound like a total narcissist, but this information is life changing!

Especially, in challenging times.

Take 20 minutes and take notes!

I will link this in my bio AND it is available on ALL podcast platforms. Spotify, Apple, etc.
search “FLOW by Kelley Wolf”.

I will also put another swipe up in my stories.

After you listen I would love to hear your thoughts, questions and insights down here ⬇️⬇️⬇️

#podcasts #energyprotection #kellywolf #flow #findingloveoverworry #loveistheanswer
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I just had an Ah-Ha moment!

I don’t know about you but silly fun and simple joy seems like it is in short supply.

Even without Covid and Politics, as a mom of three, a wife, a business owner... la di da, all of it. I rarely have, or should I say MAKE time to tap into my playful side.

My hunch is life isn’t going to magically make time for all of us. And I know for sure that the journey IS The destination.

So, it’s up to me.

I have to be the master of ceremonies in my own life and carve out little spaces to let my hair down.

Or in the case of this picture BUY some tape on bangs and throw on a wig and treat myself to a photo shoot.

Shout to @carlaboecklin for catching the moment when I just rolled around for a minute. I forgot that I was that responsible, controlled lady and I let it ride!!

God, it felt good and I freaking love this picture to remind me that “Fun Kelley” is still alive and well.

Can you create a moment? Maybe it’s a luxurious bath with music blaring. Maybe it’s buying a little something just for you. Maybe it’s just sitting the hell down in the middle of the day.

Whatever it is, I’m going to champion your joy! I’m going to applaud your play and I may just roll up and join you someday!

Sending you all love and hopefully some play today. We need it, don’t you think?

#flow #findingplayoverworry #findingloveoverworry #goofy #loveyourself #tapeonsomebangs #kellywolf
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Ok... I was not the bachelorette. This was my birthday from years past.

I did tell everyone they had to wear a suit or I would send them home.

I’m never short of moxie.

One of my guy friends showed up in jeans and I sent him home to change.

Don’t mess with a girl who has two wardrobe changes for her birthday.

But, if I was the bachelorette, I definetly would have picked the guy to my left (in the picture).

Oh! I did! Yay!

And you know who WAS the bachelorette? My dear friend and fellow momma bear @tristasutter.

Trista has a new podcast called @betteretc and I had the honor of being a guest this week!

I’d love for you guys to check it out! If you subscribe you will see it pop up this week. We took a deep dive into FLOW. We talked about ALL the things because we both believe in transparency and at least trying to be better at being vulnerable.

Enjoy!

#flow #kellywolf #findingloveoverworry #lifecoach #speaker #tristasutter #indianagirls
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