Just within one week, I go from:
Going to my job on a normal day and then the end of the week, I give that job a two weeks notice and I accept an offer at another job.
Funny how life works out that way.
Moving onto the next chapter means: experiencing last and first moments.
- Last moments of a routine that I’ve known and been familiar with for over a year.
- Then after I experience those last moments, I immediately begin experiencing first moments in a new chapter of my life.
It took me into my mid-20s to realize how change is necessary and change is inevitable. When I was younger, I was so afraid of change. I liked routine and I liked things to be the same. The only reason why I didn’t like change is because I didn’t know anything other that what is in this world of mine. But as I grew older, I found out that change is making my life better and changing my “normal” routine every once in awhile, helps me grow as an individual.
If I didn’t allow change in my life, I would not be where I am today.
Don’t be afraid of change. You decided to make a change for a reason.
Embrace those last moments and prepare yourself for the first moments. Because sometime in the future, those first moments will transform into last moments.
Onto the next chapter…