Wellness is a Journey…Not a Destination

This weekend I got to take my girls to Kansas City to celebrate their cousin graduating from high school.  It was so fun to be with family and to connect with one of my dearest friends. I also got to spend time with my favorite man in the entire world…my 92 year old grandpa!  Here is a picture of us 🙂


I don’t know about you, but when I was living in chaos, traveling was beyond stressful. The morning of the trip (and sometimes the night before), I would feel the anxiety begin to creep in. I was stressed about everything…missing the flight, forgetting something important, the girls’ behavior on the plane…you name it, I was stressed about it.

Can you relate?

But something strange happened on Friday as I drove to the airport…

I noticed that I wasn’t stressed.

We were running a few minutes late, but I wasn’t worried. Parking took longer than expected, but I still didn’t stress. Our plane was late taking off leaving us sitting on the tarmac for about an hour, but I remained calm…without even trying!

Literally, I was a different person.

What was the difference? And how does it relate to you?

This difference is the answer to this week’s Q&A: Why do you keep pursuing recovery when you are already divorced?

I’ll be answering this question LIVE tomorrow on our weekly Q&A, but I want to address a few things before we show up live…

First of all, this question implies that getting divorced should have solved everything. But in reality, divorce is messy, it hurts, and it doesn’t fix what is broken inside of you.

Secondly, being well is a journey, not a destination.

Tomorrow, I’ll be jumping on Facebook live to share with you more about why I continue to pursue wellness nearly a year after starting the divorce process. If you are super excited about this and want my help with your own wellness plan, you can request a FREE copy of my wellness plan jump starter here: Wellness Plan.

In addition to the “why,” I’ll also share with you some of the specific things I am doing a year later to stay on the path of wellness!

I hope to see you there!

I’ll be LIVE on Facebook tomorrow, at 1 pm Pacific.
(That is 3 pm central and 4 pm Eastern)

Click here to join to the party: Facebook Live Q&A

Embracing My Story,

Faith Klein

P.S. Can’t join us live? Don’t worry! The video will be on my page after the recording 🙂 Don’t forget to say “hi” as you jump on! I love seeing you there!!

PSS…Want to check out my FREE wellness resource?

>>Click here to request your free copy!!<<


I've been a follower of Jesus for over 30 years, and have been teaching God's Word to students and women for nearly 20 years! God has brought me through some difficult chapters in my own life, and now my passion is equipping women like you with tools to embrace your own unexpected chapters in life with grace and truth.

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