Growth and Change, Personal

I miss my old life

I miss my old life.

I miss having space in my brain for things other than work.

I miss having not just a desire to create things but a system to ensure I did.

I miss being happy to hear from people because I wasn’t totally overwhelmed by a constant stream of digital communication on multiple channels at all times of the day.

I miss getting up on Thursdays to meditate on a stoop in Clinton Hill with a group of strangers who quickly felt like friends.

I miss feeling rested, ever.

I miss having the time and attention span to watch TV as something other than background noise.

I miss not feeling so much fear and resistance around change I want and need.

You can’t go home again, but you can find a new home.

I am ready for things to feel different.

I am ready to make things feel different.

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