Beyond comfort zone July 30 2013


You’d think that by now I would have learned enough about doing new things.

I went to my first yoga class over a year ago. I was so nervous and unsure of what I was getting myself into, but I ended up really enjoying it.

First dates are absolutely terrifying and nerve-wracking. Even the ones that go perfectly and you connect with the person are still tough. There are those awkward goodbyes when you’re not sure what to do. But even through all the anxiety of first dates I’ve met some pretty amazing people. They’ve taught me about myself and really made me think about what I want in a relationship.

I’ve been playing soccer for two years now. When I first started I had no idea what I was doing, but I went to the games anyways. I’ve learned so much and met some amazing ladies who push me to do more and try harder every game. I even managed to score a goal!

I’m trying to figure out what’s next for me. All I know is that I’ll be leaving my comfort zone for the unknown. I’m not quite sure where I’m headed, but I know I have to take a different direction. I’ve been waiting to hear back about some information for the last week to help me make a decision. Waiting has been tough – really, really tough.

I think once I finally make a decision it’ll be easier, but right now I feel like I’m about to jump off a cliff blindfolded, having no idea where I’m going to land. Even though the future is an unknown right now, I have lots of experience backing me up that it’ll be good. No matter what happens I’ll learn new things, meet new people, and make some good memories.

What’s the last thing you changed in your life?

Getting Out of my Comfort Zone

One thought on “Getting Out of my Comfort Zone

  • July 30, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    Hey Fiona! It looks like we have the same theme ;) How funny! It definitely is so hard to get out of your comfort zone but it’s usually worth it when you do. The last thing that I didn’t want to do but ended up loving was competitive swimming! I was so afraid of trying it and cried on the first day of practice but ended up swimming for 3 years!

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