Hello, hello, how is everyone doing this morning? I’m doing pretty good myself, just drinking some coffee, watching the news and I couldn’t figure out what I was going to blog about today, and honestly thought I may have to send an “I’m sorry” tweet out, and that was something I didn’t want to do. Then this idea hit me.
Recently I’ve been trying to get more of schedule down, but that get’s kind of hard. I’m already blogging three times during the week but it was very random and no real order. Well, starting today, every Monday will be #MondayMotivationTalks on my blog. Today, I wanted to talk about Moving on. (This is going to be more broad of a topic but in the future, I want to talk about a smaller subject.) Because this is a very real topic for everyone. Eventually, you have to move on from a relationship, friends, a job, etc.
So, let’s start. Grab your coffee cup, snuggle up in a blanket.
- Why is moving on so important?
Moving on is important because it is the only way you can grow. When you’re at a job that you’ve been at for 5 years and you are still in the same position as you were on day one, it’s obvious that they have no intention of moving you up or on, so it’s time to leave and pursue new opportunities. In relationships, sometimes you have to move on to find someone better.
- Why does moving on have to be difficult?
If it was easy, everyone would be doing it. It hurts, usually, because you care. It’s hard because it’s new. But once you get past those hard stages, life actually can be great.
- Is there step-by-step to moving on?
No. What works for one person may not work for you. Your moving on a timeline is exactly that, yours. Some people move on in a few days, and some take a few years.
Now to the advice.
- You can move on.
Sometimes it’ll feel hard, or impossible but it isn’t and you can do it.
- It may not happen overnight, but when it does you’ll feel amazing.
This is something I have a hard time dealing with, how can I just sit and wait to be over something? But eventually it happens and you may not even notice.
- Sometimes, you don’t notice that you’ve moved on.
When I graduated high school, I broke up with my boyfriend of a year and a half, and honestly, it was hard at first. But then one day, when I was hanging out with my friends, I realized “I’m over him”. And I actually moved on, and I hadn’t realized.
- Don’t listen to people who say you should already be moved on.
In a job, you take your own time to move on. In a relationship, you can’t rush things. Do you baby, do you.
If you have any ideas for #MondayMotivationTalks topic, tweet me www.twitter.com/lovemegananne using the #MondayMotivationTalks!
Love, Megan Anne
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