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Change is an essential part of life balance because you can’t grow as a person without changing your habits, lifestyle and your attitude. However, making that change is not always easy.
The first, and most difficult, step is admitting that you were wrong. If the change involves only you then this first step is not too bad (for example, if you know that you need to lose weight you can admit that your diet previously wasn’t the best choice.) However, admitting that you were wrong in a relationship, in your attitude at or towards work as well as many other life situations becomes increasingly more difficult.
“Anastasiya, are you insane?” was the questions I heard last weekend. “Not yet, but I am getting there,” I replied.
Last week my husband and I started the Insanity workout (this is not a product review or advertising post of any type) and amazingly this workout started changing not only my body but also my mind.
What makes a relationship great?
Is it the number of kids you have?
Is it the length of time you’ve been together?
Is it how much you enjoy each other’s company?
Is it the delicious food your partner can cook?
Did you ever look for ways to simplify your life? Maybe you bought some books. Maybe you read articles on blogs or in magazines. Maybe you asked your friend for advice. You are definitely not alone in your search. Just the other day I realized that over 300K people look for ways to simplify their lives on Google (and this is a very rough estimate!)
First of all, if you are a fan of the show Glee (as I am), I regret to inform you that this blog is not about our favorite show choir (named New Directions in the show). I just didn’t want to get your hopes up.
It is, however, about transition. We all know that, in its most basic definition, “change” means to make something different. It comes in varying forms and in numerous degrees. But I find that it is the following definition by Merriam-Webster that really illustrates what it is about change that makes it difficult and anxiety-inducing.
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