Change is as Good as a Holiday

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Recently my whole world has been turned upside down. Everything I knew is suddenly gone. it’s been tough – very tough. But through this I’ve learnt that I am stronger than I thought – more resilient – and I deserve happiness.

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Some of it shocked me – I had no idea it was coming. Some of it I instigated myself – and it was long overdue. But knowing that something is ending doesn’t ever make it easier to deal with. We have these ideas about who we are and what we are – and those are challenged and criticised not only by the people around us but by ourselves. We can be our own harshest critics – I know I certainly am.

 

Change can be painful and uncomfortable – the fear of the unknown can be paralysing – what to do next? Where do I go from here? With change – comes opportunity. You can reinvent yourself – find new meaning in the chaos of it all – dream new dreams – chase those dreams – become inspired and motivated all over again.

 

This has been one of the hardest and most daunting times of my life – but I am grateful. I am grateful for this opportunity to learn and grow – to move forward and to take charge of what I lost control of. I have learnt to put myself first – that fear is normal – that people are not always as good as you hope they are – that I trust myself – and above all else I deserve to be happy.

 

This period of change certainly isn’t comparable to a holiday at the moment – but I’m sure i’ll look back on this time in my life and see all that has come from it.


Sending love wanderlusters – you’ll be hearing from me again soon. Until then you can tweet me @JessicasWander.

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One thought on “Change is as Good as a Holiday

    Neil Hexaet Anderson said:
    October 14, 2014 at 6:41 am

    Jessica – you’re saying a lot without saying anything specific – of course that is your right but i will read between the lines and possible get it all wrong – not that that’s important – mainly, your duty is to be happy or if you can’t do that immediately – find happiness soon – anyway – my (very platonic) love to you xx

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