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the balance of an evolution

this might sound a little funny, but sometimes i get stuck in change. for example, i am really good at working to come up with a solution and setting a plan in motion, and knowing that doing the plan is what is going to get me closer to acheiving my goal, or solving my problem, or overcoming my challenge, etc.. but what i get stuck on is that the answer is always changing. progress isn’t about hard and fast rules and unchanging ideas or the boredom of tried and true monotonous tasks. progress is about constantly evaluating where you’re at, what you’re doing, how it’s working, and contemplating what you can do to make it work better or faster or more in the direction you want and then being able to and willing to act on those contemplations. i love that its always changing, and that my whole world is in a constant state of evolution, but sometimes it becomes a delicate balance of change, progress, & accomplishment with the potential for all to easily get lost in the chaos.


About mudly

Mud is main blog writer extraordinaire, picture guru, and the garden and adventure instigator. She loves to cook, but doesn’t much like following a recipe. She also loves typewriters, the color turquoise, and wearing tie dye with stripes. And she dorks out on while dreaming up and planning her next garden.

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This entry was posted on February 10, 2009 by in Everything All in One Place and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , .

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