Stepping outside the comfort zone WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF MOST?
By: Tracie Wischoff
This past year, I realized I wanted to do more with my life. I wanted to stop being scared of everything. In some cases, we call this stepping out the comfort zone.
As I mentioned earlier that I was afraid to fly on an airplane, who would of thought I would JUMP out of an airplane? One day I woke up and I said to myself, I am going to go skydiving. I stuck to that and made an appointment. I wanted to experience something that most people only dream of. I am so thankful I did it because I survived and I got a brand new out look.
Getting a tattoo was never a huge thing for me, but the simple things in life mean the most to me. When I heard three little words I knew I wanted the reminder those three small words scarred on me for the rest of my life. So, I wiped my sweaty nervous hands, and marked my body.
After, Skydiving and getting a tattoo there was just one more thing I wanted to do. I wanted to cut my hair. I wanted a change, I had not done more than a trim to my hair since the 7th grade and now here I am 24 and just was desperate for a new look. So I cut my hair.
After, changing things for ME I realized that I needed a new job. I had been working for Victoria's Secret for 3 years with no benefits and no set schedule. I kept applying at places and then one day. Methodist HealthCare called me for in an interview, and guess what I got HIRED and has been the best job I could of asked for. Stepping outside the comfort zone was such a healthy and happy decision.