Some people say that adventure can be a risky thing to do, but some argue that simply doing things out of habit is more dangerous. And, I believe in the later, because this habit is tough to break.
Sometimes, what we need is to change a common thing we do every single day in order for us to develop as a person.
For example, you might want to start exercising, but you always wake up late and you want to eat immediately. Another would be that you can't help but want to have people with you when you are eating outside so that you won't feel lonely. There are many things that keep us from being independent, even in the simplest of ways.
Here are seven surefire ways that you can try so that you can go out of your comfort zone and realize that change isn't such a bad thing every once in a while.
Alright, it's time to ditch some things in your life for now. Be ready to jump, shout, and go forward without looking back. If you want some change, check the list below.
Well, do you want to always be in your comfort zone where you are used to all the time? Or do you want a sense of thrill and excitement?
Conformity can be a good thing, but in fashion, it's perfectly okay to strut your stuff and wear whatever you want. It's your life, why should you stick to boring old suits? Put some colors into your life.
Yes, this might seem like such a lonely activity. But remember, being alone does not mean that you are lonely. You just have to get the right mindset. Moreover, being with people does not always mean that you won't be lonely anyway.
Maybe you're not that good in singing, but being able to express yourself in public will definitely make you feel good. You've been singing in the shower all your life, why not share you heart out to others? And, if you can't sing, you can always do some slam poetry if you want.
Yes, you should get a different haircut. Not because your heart is broken or because a school principal told you so, but because you want to have a new hairstyle that reflects your new, adventurous attitude toward life.
You don't have to talk to each and every person, but it's not a bad thing to try and initiate a conversation with a stranger you think is comfortable enough to talk with you. You can ask how his or her day was and you can tell your own stories. Sometimes, people just need someone to talk to and to get that feeling of anonymity out and feel connected to others, even just for a brief moment in time.
You can easily break your habit by changing your mode of transportation and modifying your route to work, school, and to your home. Try to ride the public bus or train, and see other people. Just inside the train, you will have a better perspective of different people and their varied lives. You will also save money compared to using your own private car every time.