As most of you have probably noticed, things have been very quiet around these parts lately. You would think that I would be spamming up your feeds with all the exciting stuff I’ve had going on over the last month. The problem is that blogging has taken a back burner because I don’t even know where to start when it comes to recaps or what to post about. I have at least a week worth of things that I want to blog about, but just haven’t been able to figure out where to start.
There’s been many times over the last few weeks that I’ve gone to start a new post but the words were just no where to be found. I miss writing and interacting with you guys. This blog is like my journal and I hate feeling like my life is going by undocumented. So many big things have happened over the last month and none of them have been shared. I know they’ve been documented in pictures and videos, but I really want to take the time to sit down and write about them. Not to mention the fact that the changes and exciting adventures aren’t over yet. I still have so many exciting things planned over the next month and I know that if I don’t get my rear in gear, I’m only going to fall more behind which will only make me feel more overwhelmed.
I don’t handle change well. I never have. It’s something I’ve been very open about on this blog. Even when I’m excited about the change, it normally comes with a huge amount of anxiety and takes me a while to adjust. With all the changes that took place in July and the fact that I have been very busy and still haven’t quiet settled into a new routine I have been feeling very overwhelmed which is rather exhausting. I feel like my emotions are all over the place. I can go from happy to pissed off to crying at the drop of a hat. Something that doesn’t normally bother me will annoy the crap out of me. I don’t have the patients to deal with things so I end up hurting feelings because I just don’t seem to care anymore. Then I’ll start crying with things don’t go as expected.
The good news is that I’ve pulled myself out of that funk. I’m back to my normal, while still slightly emotional, self. I’m not snapping at people for no random reason and am able to get excited about things again. What I don’t like is that this happens to begin with. It’s not fun for me or those around me when I get like this. Trying to pull myself out of it only seems to make matter worse because I’m frustrated with myself when nothing seems to work.
So here is my question to you. How do you accept change? What are some things I can do to prepare myself?