“Valuable Discomfort”

Yes. It’s been months.

Yes. I know. 

Yes. I’ve been struggling and therefore have had a lack of inspiration to write.

Yes. I know this is an excuse, and I’m working on fixing it.

Over the past few months, where I have felt like I’ve been swept in a whirlwind, something has always come back to Rich Downing’s Turnstyle Cycle class – the concept of “valuable discomfort.”

That it’s in this discomfort that change can take place.

Life is a series of ups and downs, and it’s up to us to take charge where we can. The only thing we can truly control is how much we care, and how much we work for our goals.

Sometimes in life, we cross people who are too nice or too mean, or who don’t really care what we have to say. It’s hard to not take things personally.

But here is the valuable discomfort – how you react is changing you and your situation. 

I feel like the past 3 months of my life have been in this steady state of “valuable discomfort”, from dealing with certain situations at work, to confronting things in my personal life.

I’m exhausted. It feels like I’ve been going through a personal marathon in my mind, on a treadmill. 

I know I’m learning a ton about myself, and how to deal with situations, and how to overcome certain obstacles… but sheesh – can’t a girl just enjoy a long run weekend drama free?

I know this probably reads like a blabble, because it kinda is. 

I just wanted to apologize for leaving you content free for over 2 months, and I promise I’m working on it.



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