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Hi There,

Welcome to my website. A digital space where I document my mind and lifestyle. Hope you have a nice stay!

Peace, Love and Laughter,

Rita Pearl X

Getting Out Of Your comfort Zone

Getting Out Of Your comfort Zone

I've heard and read a lot about this topic lately and how it is the key to change and everything in life. And that is getting out of your comfort zone. 

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In order for us to fully experience life, we need to challenge ourselves and do things that get us feeling uncomfortable and truly challenged.These are the moments that change us. We grow as individuals and become more aware of the world around us. We get outside this bubble that we're in and see the bigger picture from the outside.

 We tend to spend most of our lives inside this bubble because it feels safe. It doesn't frighten us and we are not worried that we may encounter new things and people because we are used to everything to a point where our body refuses to get used to any new environments.

I'm still in my bubble and i know that in order for me to fully grow up, improve and become the individual i desire to be, i have to take risks and challenge myself.

I might fail, make a fool of myself, get scared, feel alone, and it will get too much sometimes, but we need to start at least with one thing, one small thing and see where it can take you. Like

(1)

talking to that guy/girl who's always alone and maybe too afraid to go out there and make friends.

(2)

Join a club or a group who shares the same interests as you.

(3)

surprised your loved ones with thoughtful, yet simple things.

(4)

ask for help when you need it.

(5)

offer your help...etc. If you're afraid to do it alone, tell your favorite people to join and they can help you out with making it more comforting, less frightening and merrier.

Rita Pearl X

“Life always begins with one step outside of your comfort zone.” 

― Shannon L. Alder

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Making Good Habits and Breaking Bad Ones

Making Good Habits and Breaking Bad Ones