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  1. 01. roninliterati

    You never cease to amaze me, Colette (it’s Fish, by the way). I can totally relate to this post. I am loath to change as well sometimes.

  2. 02. colette

    Fish – I recognized the WP handle. You’re such a love! Change sucks, doesn’t it? I’d rather wallow in self-pity about the tedium of my life than take on a major change that could lead to great success but could also lead to failure. Go figure. 🙂

  3. 03. roninliterati

    I’m the same way. I’m painfully working on breaking those habits. Did I mention it’s painful?

  4. 04. colette

    So friggin painful. I’ve had a major relapse lately. And it’s because I’m supposed to be working on a new project, which means that every other responsibility I have must be dealt with IMMEDIATELY.

    Did we mention pain?

  5. 05. Catherine Onyemelukwe

    I’m so different – I love change. I am happy with new projects and new challenges. I think I do best when I’m about to start something new and have to clear up the detritus from past projects. If those need finishing off, I finish them quickly so I can get on the new!

  6. 06. colette

    That’s such a great way to live! Being open to change makes life so much more exciting and positive. I’m trying to be better about embracing change, especially since I know that very often, once I do, I’m excited about the new project/friend/life situation. Baby steps.


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