They say in order to live, you have to leave your comfort zone, but here is the thing- I like my comfort zone and there really aren't a lot of things that make me uncomfortable.
I am always the person who is thinking ahead to consequences like a possible broken bone or trip to the emergency room. I am a natural klutz so my theory is, "If death or dismemberment may occur, please count me out."
I would say opening this blog up to the world of my actual Facebook account was a HUGE step outside of my comfort zone along with posting all about missed opportunities and fearing regret. I tend to fear regret the most and in that, I have become more of a "yes" person when it comes to being a social butterfly and experiencing different parts of life.
I guess you could say I stepped out of my comfort zone when I flew on a Cessna from Belize City to Placencia in April. I was pretty sure I
My trip to Canada and booking an ice hike will have me outside of my comfort zone too. I will be in another country and that in itself is a wee bit frightful and the other thing is the freezing temperatures I will be experiencing. Either way I am stoked, can't you tell?
Other, slightly minute things that make me uncomfortable-
Overly nice people.
Movie theater seats.
Going to a bar by myself.
Things I do that I am positive make people uncomfortable-
Singing in public.
Dancing public, my car, or wherever strikes my fancy.
My over opinionated need to be correct.
My blunt outlook on life.