I finished Finding Your North Star over my birthday last week. One of the biggest lessons I got from it was about the stages of change. 1, being chaos, upheaval. 2. dreaming, planning, scheming. 3, is for getting organized, going through the wreck and reality of the changes you're going through. And 4. Foundation, stability, growth.
I've spend some time pondering which stage I'm in now. I can't decide. I might say 3, but that makes me nervous. The book also says there's one we tend to default in. Hint: it's not stage 3 for me. I'd say I default in 1, new beginnings, agitating and irritating as they might be, are my strong suit. Someone has to do it. Stage 3 is my weakest state. I do know some folks who's strengths lie in getting through the muck, aka logistical realities. I think this may be where partnerships come in handy. Figuring out each others' strengths and weaknesses and where they balance each other out.
I'm still getting my bearings on it.
Full disclosure, I bought most of these things for myself, including a new U-Turn record player, in white. Plus a few new records. Mostly Country ones, or I guess Americana is a more appropriate term for this genre. Some of these are my second time buying them. I think I may have gotten rid of some while de-cluttering. I really need to be more careful about that. There may have been some emotional ties that drove me to get rid of them. Either way, they're back and emotionally untarnished. ;)
I suppose I could've bought some white sage, but where's the adventure in that?