It’s a super sunny Tuesday, though a cold one, it’s only 20 F right now, and I have changes on my mind. Big changes, small changes.
Maybe it was the election that got me thinking about them; maybe it’s because Thanksgiving is around the corner, which means New Year’s Eve isn’t far away.
But sometimes we need changes. For variety, because circumstances dictate. I’m an adaptable person but slow to change. I have to give myself a push to shake things up. Last week when I was sick, I ran out of yogurt, my usual breakfast.
I did not enjoy it.
But life itself is always changing, and either it can change around us or we can dive in, headfirst.
Well, don’t dive in headfirst unless you know exactly how deep it is, because we’re talking change, not recklessness.
I don’t know yet what my change will look like, the form it will take, it’s shape or depth. Only that it’s time to try something different, take on something different.
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For me, change often means relocation. Since graduation college, I have moved 12 times. Some were local moves to a neighboring town or something, others, cross country or out of the country. But I know people who can get a similar sense of updating themselves simply by rearranging furniture. Have fun with it!
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Thanks! I don’t think it will involve a move, let alone one as dramatic as yours! But definitely something’s going to change, it’s just time.
12 times! That’s a lot of moves, and some of them huge. It seems like you’re very good at them though.