Comfort zones. It’s a challenge to leave them. I’m not a big long-distance driver. I do clock a lot of kilometers each week travelling to dance and school and hockey and groceries and all the things families do. But it’s usually local. However, this past weekend I veered off in a different direction. Continue reading
What do we know for sure? I used to think I knew a lot of things for sure. No grey areas. But the older I get, the more I read books and experience things and meet new people, I feel less sure about what I know. And that feeling keeps me curious and growing and on my toes. Continue reading
Comfort zones. Nothing creative or trailblazing or out-of-the-box or ground-breaking ever happens there.
And it’s easy to stay there. But once you leave, a whole new world opens up. Fresh ideas and feelings and people. It’s so rejuvenating.
As writer Neale Donald Walsch once said, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” Continue reading