Change is definitely inevitable. But, unlike many, I embrace change. I love change. I actually feel that it's time some changes were made in my life. There's a lot to like about what I have but there's always room for change.
First change: I just got an iPhone. I actually needed a new phone. I still had a flip phone. A few weeks ago, I pulled it out of my pocket to make a call. Someone at work reacted, "Ooo, retro." Gee thanks. Then, my friend Matt let me play with his iPhone during his visit. I was hooked. So, I got it. I love it. Change is inevitable.
Next change: I've decided to curtail my clothing and shoe purchasing. I need to use what I have. Certainly no t-shirts will be purchased. I have too many of them. Is this really a change? For me it is. It's not the first time that I have made myself stop purchasing clothing. But the change is going to be about changing my purchasing habits to need and not just want. Let's call it getting older and wiser. And spending my money better. Change is good.
Upcoming change: I'm just not happy with work. I am not happy with the direction that my company is deciding to choose. I hesitate to call it direction because it seems like there is none. I think part of it is that change is happening in the company but they are refusing to acknowledge it. This past week, something happened that made me think: the writing is on the wall. So, I need to push this change to happen. I had some possibilities. They need to be revisited. The goal is by the end of the summer. Change is coming.
Of course, if the Upcoming change happens then the Next change will have to be changed. Because change is inevitable. And I need to embrace it. Later.