Outside My Comfort Zone

Right now is one of the most difficult times in my life. I have made the choice to leave the State that I have lived in for the majority of my life, I quit a toxic job, and I drove through nine states looking for a new place to live.

I have no money. I have had to borrow money to live and don’t know how I’m going to pay the next month’s bills.  My unemployment has never come through and I’m waiting the 160 or so days that they tell me its going to take to resolve my appeal.  No extra money.  That’s scary A.F.

My closest friend calls me brave. An old friend from high school said I was a bad ass. Am I?

I really just think that I am worthy of a great life in a great job and in a place that I want to live. So why has it been so hard?

It’s hard because it’s a shift in who I am. I am reinventing myself and I am manifesting the life and job that I want. I’m not the same person I was a year ago. I’m not the same person  I was six months ago. I’ve grown emotionally.  I’m stronger than I realized. My friend reminds me that I made the decision to pack up my entire life to make it better.

My dream job is coming. It is so close I can taste it. My new boss is going to be so happy with me and I will be at the level in my career I have worked so hard to get to.

My closest friend is my daily cheerleader.  She is always there to tell me how far I have come and in such a short time and that I should be proud of my accomplishments.

So if you are looking and feeling down. Keep your chin up because,  its coming! Your dream is coming.

So yes, I am a bad ass. I’m ready for the next thing and I’m up for the challenge. I challenge  you to get uncomfortable and get out of your own comfort zone if you want to make a change in your life.

Author: peoplewrangler

HR Professional, Teacher/Trainer, and Writer passionate about human resources and helping others become the best they can be.

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