I’ve been thinking a lot about change and how challenging it can be–physically and psychologically uncomfortable, too (click here to be taken to Monday’s post on how hard change can be and click here to be taken to yesterday’s post on how painful it can be)
I saw this post by Kate Northrup about how, when you’ve committed to making a change in your life–even the small stuff of cleaning out the junk drawer in your kitchen–the project seems to morph into this total mess that seems hopeless to clean up, much less that it would turn into something that can take you closer to your dreams.
She’s right that you have to muddle on because quitting surely won’t get you anywhere but stuck–back at square one, to boot. If you muddle through you at least have a chance of putting something together out of the muck and mire and that might just help you take the next bit of a step.
And you never know what’s around the corner!
What do you think about Kate’s post? Let me know in the comments below!
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Your Friend and Pep Pal,