The Struggle of Change: Moving

The Struggle of Change: Moving

One thing that we all have in common in some shape or fashion is our difficulty with change. As humans it is our nature to become comfortable with our lives and ultimately our surroundings. The people that we are comfortable with are our “loved ones” and the place that we are most comfortable is called our “home”.

I recently made a very dramatic change to my appearance which is when I learned exactly how intense this issue really is. I have been a distinct blonde for my entire 24 years of life; Not only was my extremely light colored hair a “trademark” for me, but it also connected me to both my mother and grandmother who are just as much cotton tops as I was. You can probably imagine their surprise when I randomly announced my intention to become a brunette. Once the damage was done someone said something to me that I will never forget. “Paige… prepare yourself! Some people may love it, but most will hate it because People Do Not Like Change”! How true is that?!

The bottom line is this, the problem comes in with us all simply not knowing HOW to make a change. Has anyone ever said to you “if you want something to be different, you just have to change it”.. they might as well tell us “if you want to go to the moon, just learn to fly”. When it comes to learning how to adapt to new situations, our flames burn out so to speak. We draw a blank. Therefor the single most important thing to learn is to just bite the bullet, and make the change. Put the consequences and abnormalities behind you and be open to the possibilities that could come from even the smallest change.

On this topic, Moving can be one of the most extremely difficult decisions and adjustment for any family to make. New surroundings, faces, schools, and overall atmosphere is a large hurdle to leap over but it can also become the best decision to make. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is now my most favorite place on Earth; My home. The Southern hospitality almost seems contagious and the South Carolina motto says it all: “Smiling Faces and Beautiful Places”.

Give me a call today so that I may have the pleasure of assisting you in a beautiful change of scenery. Myrtle Beach, SC is the most wonderful place to be.


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