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Great Things Never Happen Within Your Comfort Zone

comfortzoneAs I lounged on the patio with my coffee and fresh peach this morning, I thought how often we continue to be in relationships, jobs and homes even after we’ve grown out of them.

We all stay too long in the same place, with the same person, doing the same thing, not because it’s a good life, but because it’s comfortable.

Autumn has always been a time of renewal. It’s harvest season, school begins again, and the cycle of holiday time is upon us. This year don’t you think it might be a time for a fresh start?

A new perspective? A sure, but quiet shedding of old habits that no longer are a benefit to you?

So on this holiday Monday as we look toward the crisp, freshness of autumn, I wish you the courage and joy of stepping outside of your comfort zone.

 

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2 thoughts on “Great Things Never Happen Within Your Comfort Zone

  1. Love you love you love you. My first art show ever is going to be at the Tantra Lounge, 1157 St. Clair Ave. W. at the corner of St. Clair and Dufferin. Sept. 4th. 7p.m. to 11 p.m. (I am old so probably won’t make it until 11. But if you can swing by, or else it is on until the end of the month. Would love to see you and who you are. You know Virginia your RMT.

    1. Lynne – wow! Way to go! I’ve been thinking of doing a show for years, but haven’t been able to make the leap! I will try to come, but during the week it’s hard. Are there other hours to visit?

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