How do you handle big changes in your life?
My problem, I've discovered, is that I am often so comfortable with my life that the thought of something becoming different...can both excite me AND scare me.
What's funny is that usually, it just so happens that I look back a few months later and laugh at myself for ever wishing to stay "comfortable." I've found that when I choose to step out of my comfort zone and trust God, the next chapter of my life becomes all the better.
Like that time when I didn't want to grow up but went to college, and loved it so much that I got my MBA degree too.
And the day I changed my last name, and married my best friend.
And those months when my husband didn't have a job, so we got to travel and spend 24/7 together.
And when we moved from our hometown to a place where we didn't know anyone, but have since made great friends.
And that time when my husband got a job, and I was so proud.
This year has brought so many changes, but looking back, I wouldn't trade them for anything. In each new chapter, I've learned that by trusting God I can get rid of fear and worry, make this moment count, and leave a legacy.
So with all that being said...I'm onto the next chapter of my life.
Tomorrow, I begin a new job!
But at the same time, there's definitely also that feeling of knowing that I'm stepping out of my comfort zone and into the next chapter of my life. And this time, I'm ready.
However, since my free time is going to be more limited, this means Newlywed Moments is affected.
Don't worry...I'm not going anywhere. I just won't be able to post as often.
So here's the plan. Each Wednesday, there will be a new post here at Newlywed Moments. Ideally I'd like to post other times throughout the week too, but you can at least always count on Wednesdays!
So make sure you follow me on Bloglovin and bookmark Newlywed Moments to catch up on the latest post(s) each Wednesday!
And thank you to every single one of you who read my blog -- your encouragement over the last seven months of this blogging adventure has meant more than you know, and I truly appreciate all of you!