Hard Transitions

This is my happy place. Sitting in my apartment with a huge cup of tea and my two sleepy cats, listening to the new podcast episode of Timesuck by Dan Cummins. It’s quiet and cozy, and right now I can pretend like there’s nothing outside in the world to bother me.

I’m about to go through several big transitions in my life all at once. In a few weeks I’ll be starting a coordinator position in an unfamiliar field. In July I’m getting married. We’re also moving, my fiance wants to buy a house more than anything.

All I can think is ‘I’m not ready.’ I can’t do this. Maybe somewhere along the lines I made a mistake and now I’ve bitten off more than I can chew.

What if I fail.

I signed up for all these challenges, but now I just want to crawl under the covers and go back to my easy, predictable life.

Life is about change. Transitioning. Moving forward. Making connections, investing in others, and experiencing growth.

I know that, of course. If we always stay in one place we’re not exercising our true potential and challenging ourselves.

But right now, I’m not sure I have enough faith for myself. So I’ll just have to take it one day, and one moment, and one prayer at a time.

“If we take a step despite feeling uncomfortable, afraid, or inadequate, our comfort zones expand. We grow in strength and skill. What we consider normal for us changes, sometimes radically.” Alex Harris

#mentalhealth #life #quotes #dailyliving

Published by Hannah Eileen

Jesus. Cats. Podcasts. An introvert full of strange thoughts and musings.

6 thoughts on “Hard Transitions

  1. It sounds to me like you have some wonderful, exciting things happening in your life, even if a few of them involve stepping out of your comfort zone. I’ll say congratulations to you on all of them! 🙂


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