What’s up everyone! Another edition of #BloggingBronicosBrain coming at you this week.
We’re in June now, which means we’re halfway through the year. Before I dive into the blog, I want to encourage you to sit down and review the goals you wrote down at the beginning of the year and ask yourself a couple of questions:
“How am I doing with my goals?”
“What could I be doing better or more of?”
“If I’m not where I want to be, how can I get where I want to be?”
Congrats to those of you who are crushing it! And, if you’re not crushing it, don’t worry! The goals are there for us to experience and realize the process. Embrace the struggle you may be going through, as one day you will use it to make you stronger!
On to the blog now…
In this edition of my blog, I wanted to talk about embracing change and the transitions we may be experiencing in our own lives. Growing up, I was never a huge fan of change. Whether it was starting a new class, playing on a new youth team, getting a new teacher, or even just starting a new school year – I didn’t enjoy it! And I didn’t even know why I didn’t really like it. I just got a twisted feeling in my stomach, a feeling I didn’t like. As I grew older and started to think about why things had to change, it made me question just that – why do I feel this way when certain things or events change in my life?
Then, I found it. I finally knew why I didn’t like change, and it was because of two things:
1. The uncertainty about the future the change brought
2. The lack of control I had over the situation