Going out of my comfort zone

Melbourne, Australia

Good morning to all the beautiful souls out there, I hope you feel fantastic this morning, afternoon or night – whenever you might read this πŸ™‚

Besides my writings and thoughts I want to grave a bit of a space for my life in Australia into this website, as it’s a huge huge part of my growth as a person and still continues as I really don’t want to leave – it feels like a part of me.., something connects me to here and as long I have that feeling, I’ll stay.

As a Working Holiday Visa Holder I have to do a certain amount of days/hours of Farm-work (there are other possibilities that count towards visa requirements but I decided to do Farm-work) so its time for me to leave Melbourne and relocate to Wilsons Promontory Nationalpark to work for a couple of months on a dairy farm. I did that before and it’s amazing. I love being outside anyways and animals as well. They have way more space here than in Germany and huge paddocks for themselves – super calm work and totally lovely animals.

I always thought going to Australia is the ultimate step out of the comfort zone but realised over time and especially travelling by myself that its the same game all over again and again. Its like a never ending thing I guess and that’s what makes it so amazing. I’ve been with my family (Micha and Bones are like Ma and Pa from Australia.., not my biological parents, long story hihi) in Melbourne, Victoria since I finished travelling South Australia in May this year. So quite a while, and I got really comfortable as that feeling of family isn’t really familiar to me. The less days to count towards me moving the more “negative” thoughts visit me about everything I guess, which never helps and always then happens when I’m at a more emotional state, of course.

That’s why I’m writing this here today – to make myself aware that leaving someone or something doesn’t mean they forget you. It doesn’t mean you lose it and it certainly doesn’t mean it’s over and done with. Funny how such thoughts visit us at times trying to bring us down.

But trust me, I’ve left my comfort zone so so often now and the only thing we lose are things or people we don’t need anymore because stepping out means growing and growth always means change. The ones that are meant to be there are there and the ones that disappear out of our view are the ones that aren’t supposed to be there anymore because maybe they grew into another direction or into other interests. And that’s totally fine.

Again I want to remind myself and anyone out there that we can’t choose the cards we have to deal with but we can always choose on HOW we deal with them.

Let life be.

Love,

L

Published by lisasimpressions

twenty-one β€’ Experience life πŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈ β€’ writing is my therapy β€’ exploring Australia and myself by myself β€’ my goal is to spread positivity and encourage everyone that might read what I have to say to be more confident in who they are and accept themselves for who they are - I want to share good energy πŸ’Ÿβœ¨πŸŒ»

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