One day the building, place, store, cubicle, office, etc. where I used to go daily, and felt connected to … is no longer. I broke ties. They said good-bye. That place is no longer in my world. Instead, my world is under my command. Get up and exercise. Or not. If not, no one will
Tag: comfort zone
There are no new ideas. Not really.So when a statement stands out from the rest, it makes me sit taller and pay attention. Bonnie Truax writes, as a way to reinvent yourself she suggests I make friends with people outside my circle. YES! That clicks for me!
I did something really out of my comfort zone this week … I didn’t blog. There were a few times I sat at my computer and put my fingers to the keyboard but then pulled back and walked away. It was strange. I wanted to share and yet I also wanted a bit of silence.
Ok, how did week 9 get here already? Did you know that we turn our clocks ahead on March 11? Like, isn’t that almost tomorrow? Colorado has had very warm days with extremely high winds. No snow on the ground and the hint of spring in the air. The trouble is Colorado gets most of
Nearby my office is an art show displaying quilts. The variety, colors, uniqueness and originality of each quilt is breathtaking. And like quilts, each of us is unique, colorful, original and each comes with a variety of patterns, stories, history, and steps that make up the fabric of our lives. I believe we are all
It’s time to point the finger again and direct your attention to yet another blogger who’s accepted the NO Comfort Zone Weekly Challenge and jumped in with 2 tasks that took her out of her everyday ho-hum comfort zone and put her in a place where she rarely visits. Take a few minutes and visit
This week I plan to get take my hands of the keyboard, push away from my desk and find some stairs to walk. I work in a building with 84 steps from my floor to the top of my building. Round trip is 168 step. So 3 flights = 504 stairs! How about 3 trips
First of all, it will be a challenge to write 2012, won’t it? I’m excited to receive some “I accept” comments and “I’ll cheer you on” comments. My mind is bopping and dancing with a variety of ideas of things out of my comfort zone. There are 3 right now that are tugging at me
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you imagined. Well, I never imagined anything called a blog when I was growing up – and if I did, I’d probably wonder why in the world ANYONE would write in a blog. Perhaps I didn’t have a big enough imagination or most likely,
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. –-Neale Donald Walsh I love this quote. It’s where I’m at now learning new software, figuring out paths, recording the paths, communicating my findings. It’s all new, fresh and totally out of my comfort zone. Know what I mean? Ever taken a chance on something that