Cha Cha Cha Changes!! Life is full of them. The choices we have with change is to roll with them or resist them. Some people thrive off of it and others dig their heals in and resist until the change forces itself upon them. I am unsure though which I think is harder. Do you think it is more difficult when people change, situations change, or when one of those things changes another? I have experienced a lot of changes, especially in the last six months. However, these changes have been more of a person change than a situational change. The way I look at life, people and situations have all changed. Aspects of my personality have, at least I think, improved and caused a significant changes for me. Things I never thought I could do and in the past never would have pursued I am doing. These personality changes are going to bring situational changes very soon. I believe these personality changes will also help me get through these situational changes as well. I could allow the negative Nancy to sneak into my brain and sabotage these changes or I can make the choice to embrace the changes as a new adventure in life. How will it work? Will it work? Will we make it? Tell me, has asking these questions made my life easier? No!! And they won't. It is good to be aware of the questions but dwelling on them and fearing changes because of unanswered questions will bring nothing but worry. Worry will bring nothing but more worry. I could worry about: the money I spent to become a Zumba instructor and the lack of money I am receiving to make it worth my while; or the passion I have for Juice Plus and educating people about health and nutrition but the lack of people interested or willing to make it a part of their life; or I could worry about money (who doesn't, right); or I could worry about if we will have to move far away in the near future or will we get to stay somewhat close. As you can tell, I HAVE had a few things on my mind, but I WILL NOT let these questions define my life or attitude. Life will roll a lot easier if we take everything as it comes. Most likely, it will not be the end of the world. A catapillar probably thinks as it wraps itself up in a cocoon that life is completely over and how it sucks that life ends this way. But little does this catapillar know that in it's time, it will emerge a beautiful and free butterfly flittering about without much care in the world. So, endure this time and these trials remembering that in time you will emerge something better and in better circumstances. Change is scary and sometimes painful but it is always worth it!!