I’ve been struggling for several weeks now with some decisions that need to be made.
But it feels like I am abandoning a huge part of myself.
A new start is appealing, but leaves me feeling like the last 6 months have just been a waste of my time.
Do I stay on the track I’m on and just head in a new direction?
Or do I abandon this track and jump to a new one?
After weeks spent reflecting on my options, I still have no idea what I want to do.
Well, that’s not strictly true.
I want to win the lottery so none of this matters because I’m laying on a beach in Tahiti. 😀
4 thoughts on “Letting Go”
6 months… So is the track the track the blogs on or a club idea is on?
Do you have an end goal? I have asked you before, but I am a pillock and forgetful.
Personally, my end goals change constantly. I also find it impossible to return to previous goals if I have lost interest in them or found something else.
I also prioritise RL above all digital fun. So if an opportunity arises in RL as it did a month or so back, I go do that, then return to digital fun when time allows. I also have very long term goals with my digital self, which I acknowledge will take years to reach. Even then, that is an ‘if’.
So yeah, with my digital life, I have some vague tracks, but really do what feels good until I get to them.
So do you have an end goal? I have asked you before, but I am forgetful and a pillock..
What the heck is a pillock? 😛 I’m with you – I do have end goals, but they change, and I also can lose interest quickly. I think right now I’m at that ‘should I change my goals?’ place. If only life came with a magic 8 ball. *sighs*
Any good reasons for not changing?
Ending a project. There is no shame in it, and it’s often a good thing.
1. Get out while it’s still good. Friends ended at a good time. My Family has gone on far to long and is no longer funny. Same with Simpsons. I can think of a few groups in SL that have gone on longer than they should.
2: Everything ends. No matter how hard you try, at some point every project you begin, shall end. Mostly because of time and your death. Morbid though it sounds, if you think about that, unless you are getting something out of a project, either enjoyment, pay, selflessly giving something to a community, or maybe fame, why keep it going?
3: When a project ends, you will have a sense of grief, then the realisation that you have the freedom to pursue all manner of new projects, ideas, ways of doing things, and you have the time to do it.
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