Change isn’t easy. It can be scary and hard. But, change can also be exciting, worthwhile and even necessary. When you are motivated and ready to change your live, it’s tempting to jump in with both feet. It often feels like a large-scale change is needed to really improve your life. But, whether you are looking to improve your relationships, career, home life of finances, a drastic change might not actually be the answer. Large changes can be difficult to maintain, and quitting not only leaves you in the same situation, it can also sap your motivation and energy. Plus, making significant changes can lead to unexpected consequences.
Instead of jumping into a major reorganization of your life, small tweaks might be just what you need to see positive improvements. Small changes are easier to maintain and they are an excellent way to test the waters committing to something more serious. But, don’t think that small means insignificant. Small changes add up to big results.
Make tiny transformations at work
Are you feeling burned out and sick of your job? Don’t hand in that letter of resignation just yet. Often, one or two small changes is enough to recharge your motivation and get your career moving in the right direction. Talk to your boss about taking on new challenges or projects. Learning something new and tackling something interesting can make the same job feel new again and it gives you a little extra to add to your resume. Changing your work schedule might also be enough to alter your attitude.
Your work environment also plays an important role in job satisfaction. Cleaning off your desk and reorganizing your space can give you fresh energy and adding photos of your family or snapshots from a much-loved vacation can help with motivation. It’s also important to enjoy the people you work with, so try meeting and bonding with coworkers. Organize an after work happy hour or make a point to sit with someone new at lunch.
Small switches at home
If you are feeling bored at home, moving might sound like a good idea. But, renting a moving van and packing boxes might be overkill. Instead, try clearing out the clutter to refresh your home. Holding on to too much stuff can weigh down both a home and your spirit. Pack up everything that you don’t use regularity and that doesn’t bring you happiness. Donating excess items can bring positive change to your home while helping someone else.
With the clutter cleared, refresh your space with small, inexpensive upgrades. Plants add positive energy to any space. When redecorating, start with the bedroom. Sleep is crucial to overall happiness. Transforming your bedroom into a peaceful space can spread positive change to every area of your life.
Modest modification in your relationships
Is your flame feeling more like a flicker? If you are feeling like the spark has gone out, you might be thinking about breaking up and moving on. All relationships go through phases and require effort and attention. If you are still in love, and are in a relationship with someone who treats you well, try relighting the fires of passion with a few small changes.
If you don’t have a regular date night on the schedule, start by planning for time together. Relationships often flounder without enough one-on-one time. Skip the dinner-and-movie routine and try something new. Plan a picnic in the park, a trip to the zoo, or just a walk around the neighborhood. Doing something different will give you new topics of conversation and get you both out of your comfort zone.
Amping up your appearance can also be a fun way to recharge your relationship. A new haircut, a fresh makeup look or a new outfit will make you feel good about yourself and have their eyes on you. Don’t forget to add sexy new undergarments to that new outfit.
Don’t make changes alone
Whatever area of your life you want to improve, you don’t need to make changes alone. Talking to a psychic advisor is the best way to find out what changes you should focus on. Speaking with a psychic advisor can take the stress out of change and help your feel confident about the direction you are headed in.