Change, Glorious Change

While many people balk at change, I love it. In fact, when there is not enough change in my life, I get complacent and feel like life is standing still.

Over the last couple days, I’ve totally moved out of one part of my huge house and into the other half. It’s given me a chance to shake things up a bit.

Look at all the great things that have happened just from that change.

  1. I’ve rediscovered many things that I’d completely forgotten that I had.
  2. In rediscovering my high school yearbook and looking at my 17 year old self on the pages, I noticed how much my physical appearance had changed.
  3. In that change I also became more grateful  for the fact that I’m much wiser and more contented. So what if there a wrinkles. I’ve come to love myself as I am.

Back to the move and the positive aspects of that change, I am invigorated by putting my life back together in a new way. I’ve cleaned out the old and started anew in a fresh office, looking out on a new balcony.

Shake your life up now and then. It’s a boost to your creativity.

Ah! The glory of change.

______________________________________________Dina Dove

As an author, inspirational speaker, and coach, I am dedicated to helping people remember who they really are at their deepest core and discover their unique path to career and personal fulfillment.

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6 Responses to “Change, Glorious Change”

  1. suku07 Says:

    Hi Dina, here from the UBC .. I really like what you said about change…it is very difficult for me to accept change…but over the years I have learnt what you said.. to shake off things and move on 🙂 :)…

  2. Momwithahook- Sara Says:

    Wow, what a totally awesome look at change. I think if we learned how to move with change – as change is a given in life – that we will be able to handle it with more finesse.
    Is this why mom’s love to rearrange furniture? Maybe all they want is a little change.

  3. coachcjlantier Says:

    I love change, too! In fact, if I’ve lived in the same place for too long, I start to get antsy. I need to take out my high school yearbook and look at my 17-year old self! I know I love myself a lot more now than I did back then, too. Thanks for the reminders.

  4. When in New Places Says:

    I very much believe in the power and passion that comes from change. I’m just like you, feelings of complacency start lurking when I haven’t experienced change.
    I like to live by the mantra that if you’re not changing you’re not living!:)
    Great post!

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