How bad can it be?
Best case scenario: You wonder why you didn’t do it sooner.
Worst case scenario: You find a part of yourself you didn’t know existed and you emerge with deeper knowledge and experience.
Whether it’s a change in location or a change in career, no matter how drastic or simple, those are the necessary changes that make life worth living.
Don’t you think?
No breathing, living creature will express that stasis promotes progress and encourages happiness.
Be scared, be anxious, be nervous. Be all those things you can’t imagine being so that when you emerge-either unscathed or battered-you can face yourself with a sense of pride, absent of regrets.
What would you like to remember about yourself when you’re older?
If you’re okay with remembering a routine, then by all means, that’s your choice. But if the fear of regret is more consuming than the fear of change, then your journey has already begun.
You always hear “Be yourself.” I say be open… to change, to finding yourself.