Wrong Turn at Albuquerque began as the brainchild of two awkward girls, Stephanie and Kitt, who became best friends in 6th grade and grew into only slightly less awkward adults.
Finding themselves in “middle age” was a shock to their systems as they weren’t quite sure how they had become tasked with being adults. They must’ve taken a wrong turn at Albuquerque, right? Still, there they were.
So what do two best friends do when they find themselves there? Well, either devolve into full mental breakdowns or stare life in the face and laugh at it all, which is what they had been doing most of the time anyway.
Ignited with a desire to take life head on and make the most of the craziness around them, Wrong Turn at Albuquerque was born. They believed that, in a nutshell, life was both funny and painful. It will make you laugh and cry. It’s raw, and it’s real, and we’re all going through it; so we might as well go through it together, right?
Having gone through it’s own twists and turns, Wrong Turn evolved from a simple blog that they co-authored to its present form, a thriving coaching practice of Kitt’s with Stephanie as the CCO (Chief Cheerleading Officer).