On Staying Open and Adaptable To Change


Change is like walking through a new door, you never know what's on the other side.

I am such a dichotomy because I'm someone who prefers a schedule, or at least a basic outline of each day, week or month, so that I can be more organized. And I think that has to do with my Virgo rising (HA!) because Virgos are notorious for being organized. And yet, I’m someone who enjoys flying by the seat of my pants; staying open to things I didn’t prepare for because I will often discover wonderful adventures in not always adhering myself to a strict schedule.

And when it comes to change, it scares the shit out of me, yet I’m a person who loves change and will delve into my fears. I am both fearful and daring because I don't like being paralyzed by fear.

When I look back on my life and view all the various careers I’ve had, I see they were occupations that were not typically secure and forever changing (such as being an actor) which caused me to learn a lot about fear, change and uncertainty. As an actor, you never know what’s ahead because it fluctuates so much. However, I did it anyway because I loved it.

So I guess in a way, the careers I’ve chosen have all been stepping stones in preparing me for what is happening in the economic world today, being that there is no longer such a thing as "job and financial security." Employees are being let go left and right without any loyalty because companies are downsizing in fear of losing money. So, it's either you go or they go. You know, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if employment eventually turns into "on call" jobs, in which companies put you on a list and contact you only when they need you.

As you know, I just got a new part time job in addition to my other job. And I did this for two reasons. One being that I could see the handwriting on the wall for those of us in my position that are having our work hours greatly reduced, so I took this job as a backup, just in case. And the other reason is that I’ve been wanting a change in my line of work because I’ve stopped growing. And for me, whenever I feel as though I’m not growing it’s like a slow, painful death.

I can’t tell you enough how much I'm enjoying this new job because I feel rejuvenated and vital, by being able to tap into all my previous knowledge of this business and making use of it in one job.

But it hasn’t been without challenges or fears because going into a place that’s already established as a newbie, it’s been, well, new. I’ve had to learn new procedures, work with new coworkers, get a sense of ‘rhythm’ in how the place flows, and remain open to change. And not only have I had to adjust to the new place, they have also had to adjust to me being a newcomer.

Blessedly, the staff there has been extremely welcoming, kind and helpful, so it’s made this change a joyous one.

Also, the time spent in my personal life has changed because I’ve had my other job for over 9 years and have gotten use to a certain schedule. So having this new job has changed the time I spend blogging, the time I do my grocery shopping and laundry, the time I go to bed and wake up, and the time I spend in quiet. My whole schedule has been reconstructed.

But I have to say, it’s all been positive because this change has given me a kick in the ass, got my brain ticking again, got my creative juices flowing, and has given me a overall lift.

In addition, I have made it known to my manager that I would like grow within this company and have recently applied for a different position. I can’t exactly say what that position is right now because it’s still in the process, but I will definitely let you guys and gals know what happens.

Yes, this new gig has been very good for me. And I am sincerely grateful for it.

Because once again I am walking through some new doors; learning to stay open, remaining adaptable, and embracing change.

Thank you, life!

Have a super Monday, y'all!

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  1. Good morning, Ron. First of all, good luck with the new venture. I hope it works out for you.

    About change. It is always good to have change in our lives otherwise it could get a bit dull. But you should see me when I'm facing change, I have what I call collywobbles. Now, there are two definitions of collywobbles: intestinal cramps or intestinal disturbance, or a feeling of fear, apprehension, or nervousness. I get both, yet I adore challenges. I've had more in later life than I ever had as a young adult and they've wound me up, if you know what I mean.



    Hoping you have a rewarding week x

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  2. I'm so glad that you're happy with your new job and that everyone there has been so welcoming. From our conversation the other night, it sounds like the Universe has big plans for both of us!
    Have a great week! xoxo

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  3. Wow! Fantastic news about more possibilities in your new job! That sounds very promising! It's easy to be complacent; I sure know that! I tend to find excuses to not do things all the time. I look forward to hearing more about your new job. Do you have to be discreet at your old job about all of this?

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  4. Oh man Ronnie I got scared that this was a good bye to blogging letter! I need to catch my breathe...


    Okay phew. Anyways so glad this new job is doing such great things for you! You deserve it! Sounds like you are off to a great start for the week :)

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  5. Good morning Valerie!

    Thank you :)

    And sound a lot like me!

    " I get both, yet I adore challenges."

    " I have what I call collywobbles. Now, there are two definitions of collywobbles: intestinal cramps or intestinal disturbance, or a feeling of fear, apprehension, or nervousness."

    OMG, I love that....collywobbles! And the way you described it is exactly how I get when facing change, you said it perfectly. You should have seen me on opening nights in the theater, I used to get very quiet because I was so scared to even talk before going onstage. And yes, I had major intestinal disturbances too - HA!

    " I've had more in later life than I ever had as a young adult and they've wound me up, if you know what I mean."

    Yes, I know exactly what you mean. Yet, isn't it wonderful how these changes make us stronger and more daring when facing future changes?

    Much thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Have a super week!

    X to you and Joe!

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  6. Thank you, Chrissy :)

    Yes, the people in my new job have been super GREAT!

    "From our conversation the other night, it sounds like the Universe has big plans for both of us!"



    You said it, girl!


    ((((((((((((( You ))))))))))))


    Thanks so much for stopping by and have a maaaahvelous week!


    X to you and the gang!

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  7. Hey there Bijoux!

    "It's easy to be complacent; I sure know that! I tend to find excuses to not do things all the time."

    Yes, and I think many of us do the same thing, I know I do. But it gets to point where I need to give myself a push and be daring because when I stop growing, it feels worse than being afraid to make a move.

    "I look forward to hearing more about your new job. Do you have to be discreet at your old job about all of this?"



    No, in fact, my other boss knows of this new job because I told her. And in the type of work I do, many of us have additional jobs.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super week!

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  8. Hey there Shae!


    OMG...I apologize if this post initially scared you. No, I've got no plans of saying good bye to blogging because I still LOVE it too much. It's such a wonderful way to express myself creatively and commune with others.


    Yes, this new gig has been good for me in many ways. I'm glad I decided to do it, and look forward to see where it takes me. I feel blessed.


    Have a SUPER week, my friend and thank you for stopping by!


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  9. The best of luck to you, Ron! If anyone deserves it, it is you. I both love and hate change too. I am at a point right now where I know I should leave my job and seek out something new, but I know I'm great at what I do, and fear leaving.

    I'm so glad things are going well for you!

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  10. Ron, I'm so happy for you and how this new job seems to be something that you can not only grow with, but is also something you feel passionate about. I'm like you, if I stop growing I'm miserable. I need to be challenged in my work.


    You're right about change, it can be very scary. But it change is necessary if we want to grow. And sometimes change is inevitable, so we might as well embrace it for the best.


    Inspiring post, Ron. The best to you in this new position. Have a wonderful week x

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  11. When I was young I was all about security - made me stay too long at the fair, then circumstances took me in the opposite direction and while I do like structure I can make it and find it as I bounce to another place...

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  12. Thank you, Michelle :)

    " I both love and hate change too."

    Isn't it something how many of us are like that? And I think because of my previous careers, they've taught me that nothing is ever static and can change in an instant. So I'm used to change happening. Yet, it still scares me.

    " I am at a point right now where I know I should leave my job and seek out something new, but I know I'm great at what I do, and fear leaving."



    I think you'll just intuitively know when to seek something new. This new part time came to me at the perfect time and I could just 'sense' that it was something I needed to try.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. Have a SUPER week!


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  13. I'm glad the changes are doing good things for you.
    Change scares the crap out of me too, but I am getting so much better at flying by the seat of my pants!

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  14. Hola Denise!

    Thank you :) And yes, I do feel passionate about this new job.

    " ....if I stop growing I'm miserable. I need to be challenged in my work."

    Me as well.

    "But it change is necessary if we want to grow. And sometimes change is inevitable, so we might as well embrace it for the best."



    Beautifully said! And you're right, sometimes change IS inevitable and happens for a good reason.


    Thanks so much for stopping by, girl. I will let you all know what transpires with this new position.


    Have a fantabulous week!
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  15. Rob LenihanJuly 21, 2014

    "I am both fearful and daring because I don't like being paralyzed by fear.".


    Wow, Ron, what a fantastic post! You're so incredibly candid and open about your fears and your dreams..


    I fear change, too, even when I know the routine has turned into a rut and will soon become a grave if I don't do something about it! .The timing of this post couldn't be better for me, since I've been feeling really down lately--even for a Monday, it's bad!


    Great work on the new job! You're taking positive steps instead of complaining about your situation! Keep opening those doors, buddy, and if there's no door then knock down the wall!


    Thanks!

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  16. "When I was young I was all about security."

    Me too, Grace, because that's what we taught when we were younger - to strive for security.

    "and while I do like structure I can make it and find it as I bounce to another place..."



    I love how you said that because it's so true! We can form structure in other places as well.


    Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a maaaaaavelous week!


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  17. Thank you, Suzi :)

    "Change scares the crap out of me too, but I am getting so much better at flying by the seat of my pants!"



    You GO, girl! There is something so wonderful about flying by the seats of our pants at times, isn't there? It's freeing!


    Thank you so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a super-duper week!


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  18. Hey there Rob!

    "I fear change, too, even when I know the routine has turned into a rut and will soon become a grave if I don't do something about it!"

    I do the same thing sometimes, buddy, so I know exactly how you feel. Yet, it gets to a point where I can either stay where I'm at, or I can leave myself open to new opportunities. And that's what happened when I decided to start applying for additional work back in January. Eventually, the right job just presented itself to me.

    "Keep opening those doors, buddy, and if there's no door then knock down the wall!"



    LOVE that, buddy!


    Much thanks for stopping by and have a SUPA' week!


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  19. "You know, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if employment eventually turns into "on call" jobs, in which companies put you on a list and contact you only when they need you." Ron, I have thought the same thing because it seems to be getting that way in many lines of work, so I wouldn't be surprised either.

    Great news about applying for a different position! And I think it's impressive considering you really haven't been there that long, so they must think well of you.

    Change scares the shit out of me too because it makes me vulnerable. But like you said, change can be rejuvenating. I remember a quote I once saw on a poster, "Change is the only constant in life."



    Great post, dude!

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  20. Congrats and well wishes for the new application opportunity! Sometimes I think we over-analyze things which, for me at least, leads to paralysis by analysis….and that's when I start to feel a bit terrorized by a situation. Gotta work on that………………. But here's to walking through those new doors and embracing whatever change is on the other side.

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  21. Look at us, traveling along the same wavelength in our posts today! (I, too, explored "fear" this morning!)

    So you have Virgo Rising, huh? Well, my Sun Sign is Virgo, but I have Cancer Rising -- guess that means we'd probably get along! I certainly know and empathize with your desire for organization and a schedule, but I love how you're embracing change, trying to step out of that comfort zone. New things and changes can be scary, but they broaden us and help us grow.

    Love your door pictures, too, especially the turquoise one.

    Happy Monday to you, dear!

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  22. "Ron, I have thought the same thing because it seems to be getting that way in many lines of work, so I wouldn't be surprised either."

    Me too, Matt! More and more people are talking about this same thing when it comes to their work, either their hours are being reduced or they're being placed on call, when needed.

    Yes, change makes me feel vulnerable as well. VERY vulnerable.

    "I remember a quote I once saw on a poster, "Change is the only constant in life."



    Thank you for mentioning that quote because I remember see it before. And it's so true!


    Much thanks for stopping by, bud. Have a most excellent week!


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  23. Thank you, Lisa :) I will know more about this new application in a few weeks.

    "Sometimes I think we over-analyze things which, for me at least, leads to paralysis by analysis….and that's when I start to feel a bit terrorized by a situation."

    Yes! Yes! Yes! You are absolutely right, I think we over-analyze, which leads to paralysis. So true!

    " But here's to walking through those new doors and embracing whatever change is on the other side."



    Thank you. And to you too, my friend. Have a super week and thanks for stopping by!


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  24. "Look at us, traveling along the same wavelength in our posts today! (I, too, explored "fear" this morning!)"

    HA! Yes, Debbie! In fact, I just this second saw that you had posted and read your topic. You and I are definitely on the same wavelength today!

    Yes, my sun sign is Libra, but I have a Virgo rising and my moon is in Aries. And it's funny because many people first guess me as a Virgo.

    "New things and changes can be scary, but they broaden us and help us grow."



    You're so right. If we don't change out of fear, then we don't change in our growth.


    Thank you. I took those door photos last week because I knew I wanted to make a collage of doors for this post.


    Happy Monday to you, too. And thanks for stopping by!

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  25. Ron, congratulations on your 2nd job! Promotions sound promising! I love your idea of on-call employees! That would work great for our business as we really only have one to two weeks of demanding work.

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  26. Thank you, Jean :) I'll be sure to let you ladies and gents know the outcome.

    "I love your idea of on-call employees! That would work great for our business as we really only have one to two weeks of demanding work."

    I honestly think more and more companies will start doing that. In one of my jobs (the older one) I don't work on call, but work independently. When I first started the job, I was given a set amount of hours that I could count on, however, those hours have been reduced over the past year, so I've had to look for other work to supplement my income. Personally, I wouldn't mind working on call as long as I had a sufficient amount of companies I could work for.

    Much thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a super week!!!

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  27. Mark PetruskaJuly 21, 2014

    I'm surprised I'm not a Virgo, because I am much like you: I prefer an organized schedule. I have really stepped out of my comfort zone recently, and I owe much of that to Tara. I am learning to be more spontaneous and less structured, and I have to admit, I like it. So maybe I'm just as much a dichotomy as you are, Ron, with my fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants mentality, too. I actually DO believe that change is good, and I've learned to welcome it...once I get used to it.


    Have a great week and don't work too hard!

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  28. " I have really stepped out of my comfort zone recently, and I owe much of that to Tara. I am learning to be more spontaneous and less structured, and I have to admit, I like it."

    That's AWESOME, Mark!

    It's funny because in my day to day life, I prefer structure. However, if I take a trip somewhere like NYC or even on a vacation, I don't like structured tours and doing things at specific times, I prefer the freedom to just fly by the seat of my pants and explore on my own.

    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a fantabulous week!

    X to you and Tara!

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  29. The 'job' situation started to change back in the 80's, here in the UK. With the onset of computers, the work place started changing and jobs disappearing at an alarming rate. You had to be open to change, or you could easily find yourself out of work. It's good to welcome change in our lives, or we could easily stagnate. Good for you, Ron. I'm glad that you are happy with your new situation :)

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  30. Great example, Babs! You're right, when computers started to make their way into the workplace, people had to embrace the change and learn how to use them, or else.

    "It's good to welcome change in our lives, or we could easily stagnate."

    I agree!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Have a lovely week!

    X to you and Mo!

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  31. Ron, I have a really good feeling about this new job because it seems as though it's opening new avenues of opportunity for you. You only just started this job and already you're working towards branching out into another position. That's wonderful! And I wish you all the very best because you deserve it.


    Change is scary because it moves us out of what we feel is comfortable. But I think it's good to feel uncomfortable because it stretches us to grow and develop.


    So keep walking through those new doors. You inspire me.

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  32. Hey ho Robert!

    Thank you for your supportive and encouraging words :)

    Even though this new job is within the same line of work, I have a feeling it will take me down some different paths of opportunity. I'm really looking forward to seeing what happens. I feel excited about it.

    "Change is scary because it moves us out of what we feel is comfortable. But I think it's good to feel uncomfortable because it stretches us to grow and develop."

    LOVED that! And it's sooooooooooooo true!

    Much thanks for stopping by, buddy. Have a fabuloso week!!!!!

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  33. Talk about tapping into some of my life, my fear, my still raw emotions... As you know, I experienced a large shift in my work circumstances. I probably should have made the move, but my employer determined the need to make the dramatic change. I'm still struggling with the change. And I'm struggling with getting back into a routine.
    I admire your choice to initiate the change. I might not feel the way I do had I initiated it. Good for you to take charge and honour that intuitive knowledge that something needed to change. I was too wrapped up in the external noise to listen....and as a rest someone else made a determination. Now I deal with the fear of that repeating.
    Stay true to that intuitive knowing, it will serve you well.
    It already is.

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  34. Hiya Mel,

    I think because I've had so many careers that have never been typically secure, I've had to rely on my intuition to let me know what I need to do and when I need to do it. I've been seeing things changing for sometime in my line of work, so I decided to make a change as a backup plan. It was very scary and unsettling at first, because I've been in the same job for over 9 years and didn't want to lose that sense of routine and schedule that I've been so comfortable with for so long. But I needed to do it. Plus, I've stopped growing, so that in itself pushed me to do it even more. It was time for a change.

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady. Have a super-duper week!

    (((((((((((((((((((((((( You )))))))))))))))))))))))))

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    P.S. Thank you :) I took those photographs last week because I had an idea of making a door collage for this post topic.

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  35. Good luck with your application Ron. Change is as good as a rest.

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  36. Thank you, Dale :) And you're absolutely right, they are equally as good and important!

    Have a super week and thanks for stopping by!

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  37. petra michelleJuly 22, 2014

    I so agree with you, Ron, not to be paralyzed by fear. For me, it wasn't always so with much happening in my personal life, but eventually, it seems we learn that we'll survive in spite of ourselves. It gets easier finding that balance, and it's so liberating, isn't it?!
    All the best in whatever you do, Ron! :))

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  38. "For me, it wasn't always so with much happening in my personal life, but eventually, it seems we learn that we'll survive in spite of ourselves."

    Petra, I LOVE how you said that because it's so true!!!! Yes, we do learn through fear that we'll survive. And grow.

    " It gets easier finding that balance, and it's so liberating, isn't it?!"



    It sure does and is! Anytime I walk through my fears, I always end up saying to myself, "What the heck were you so afraid of, Ron?"


    Much thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on this post, my friend. Have a super week!


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  39. Ron, I wanted to let you know that I viewed the movie clip you placed on your sidebar this week. Wow, that looks like a great film! I noticed it's not coming out until Christmas?

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  40. Yes, Matt...it won't be out until Christmas. And doesn't look like an awesome film? I found out about it when I watched an interview on You Tube with Angelina Jolie, who directed it. It's a true story about a man she actually got to meet because he lived next door to her. I can't wait to see it!

    In case you're interested, here is the interview:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fusX7zNutN8

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  41. "Yes, this new gig has been very good for me. And I am sincerely grateful for it."



    i'm so glad it's working out for you, ron. change can be a lot scary but as you mentioned embracing it can be good too.


    i would like to shake up my entire life by moving to another state. i'm scared, but i am looking forward to change. i want to see something else, do something else, be someone else? someone told me to just leave and don't worry about getting a job in a new state, just go. i think that's crazy, i could survive for a little while but jobs are not as easy to get as they once were a long time ago. i'd like to plan my change. hopefully soon. i'm working on it.

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  42. It will not surprise you, I'm certain, that I also fear change and try to stay open to it. I was absolutely terrified when I walked away from a secure job with a salary and benefits to open a practice, but I also wasn't growing and could see that I didn't like the path the organization was on. And we won't even talk about how my personal life is always in flux! I'm so glad the new job is giving you opportunities that work for you!

    I think it's good to embrace the contrasting aspects of yourself. Do you know the Phoebe Snow song "Either or both" about the opposite traits inside you?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1FiErA-iRs

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  43. Thank you, Val :) At first, it was very scary making this change because I had been so comfortable; not only with my other job, but also because I had a schedule that I had gotten so use to for so long. But I'm glad I decided to do this because it rejuvenated me.

    "someone told me to just leave and don't worry about getting a job in a new state, just go. i think that's crazy, i could survive for a little while but jobs are not as easy to get as they once were a long time ago. i'd like to plan my change."

    I agree with you. It's not as easy to get jobs as they once were, so think it's wise to make changes and make them with a plan. I've been planning this change since January.

    There must be something in air because I know so many people right now who are wanting to relocate and make changes in their lives.

    " i'm working on it."



    You GO, girl!


    Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a super rest of your week!


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  44. " I also fear change and try to stay open to it. I was absolutely terrified when I walked away from a secure job with a salary and benefits to open a practice, but I also wasn't growing and could see that I didn't like the path the organization was on."

    You and I sound so much a like (and I'm not surprised because we're LIBRAS!). We have to feel passionate and genuine about our work or we can't do it. I think it's AWESOME that you made the change in spite of your fear.

    "I think it's good to embrace the contrasting aspects of yourself. Do you know the Phoebe Snow song "Either or both" about the opposite traits inside you?"



    I sooooooo agree with you! And I cannot believe you mentioned Phoebe Snow because I LOVED her! She had the most unique voice! Whenever I hear her songs, it always reminds me of when I moved to NYC in the 70's because she was very popular then. Thank you so much sharing that video clip! One of my other favorites of hers was "Teach Me Tonight!"


    Have a great rest of your week, girl. And thanks for stopping by!


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  45. I have to tell you, my friend, your posts revitalize me! I love the way you think! Must be the VIRGO! I have often thought of completely relocating...turning my life upside down...just for the hell of it. That would certainly give one a kick in the ass! I have also thought I would love just loving on the road. I have a friend who lives and works out of her RV and she just LOVES that. I do not like change, but find that it is necessary n life to keep growing. Awesome photos...beautiful door decor! Happy Wednesday Ron! Xo

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  46. Aw...thank you for your kind words, Jeanne :) x

    Yup...be the VIRGO in us!

    " I do not like change, but find that it is necessary n life to keep growing."

    You're absolutely right, it is necessary in life to keep growing. And I'm one of those people who every 10 or so years, needs a change.

    " I have also thought I would love just living on the road. I have a friend who lives and works out of her RV and she just LOVES that."

    OMG, that's awesome!!!! And you know, with the Internet available to us wherever we go, I think it is possible to live on the road and work. I have often thought the same thing myself. I would love to travel, both the U.S and Europe, while blogging about it and get paid to do it. Wouldn't that be faaaaaaabulous?

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend. Happy Wednesday to you!

    X to you and the girlz!

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  47. I just watched the interview Ron and loved it! It made me want to see the movie even more. It looks like it's going to be such a powerful and inspiring film!

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  48. There are so many people who get in a rut and just stay there. I am proud to say I have worked hard in my life getting to where I am happy in a job. It was scary, but it was right and I just got my 25 year plaque. :) There are other parts of my life that I am kind of stuck in... but I have a plan - the best I can do right now. I completely applaud you for taking charge and doing what you need to do. It all sounds really exciting Ron!!!

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  49. Glad to hear you enjoyed the interview, Matt! And yes, it also made me want to see the movie even more. I especially love that it's a story about a real person!

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  50. " I am proud to say I have worked hard in my life getting to where I am happy in a job. It was scary, but it was right and I just got my 25 year plaque. :)"

    *thunderous applause*

    That's AWESOME!

    You GO, girl! And I am so proud of you because I KNOW hard you have worked for everything you've achieved.

    "There are other parts of my life that I am kind of stuck in... but I have a plan - the best I can do right now."



    You're right, and that's the best we can do at times, have a plan and stay open.


    MUCH thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a SUPER rest of your week!


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  51. BenzekneesJuly 27, 2014

    I hope everything goes extremely well for you Ron! You deserve a rejuvenation!
    I love doors! Whenever I am riding in a vehicle & come upon a building, it's the doors that interest me. Sometimes I try to figure out what is going on inside a particular door. I don't know why doors intrigue me, but I think they tell you so much about what happens in a particular building or home.

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  52. Thank you, Benze :)

    So far, I am REALLY enjoying this new job. It's been good for me because it's enabled me to make use of the various jobs I've had that encompass this whole business.

    "Sometimes I try to figure out what is going on inside a particular door. I don't know why doors intrigue me, but I think they tell you so much about what happens in a particular building or home."



    OMG...I do the same thing!!!!


    Doors are a personality unto themselves. I find them so fascinating!


    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend!

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  53. AkelamaluJuly 29, 2014

    So glad to hear the new job is going well and you are adapting Ron. xx

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  54. Thank you, Pearl :) I am so loving this new job!


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