A friend of mine is currently redoing a little home on a lake. I am currently living in 3 different states. We were in the middle swapping moving war stories when she said "I am so sick of doing this. It's like I'm waiting to live my life once all of this is done" Before I could stop myself I responded "me too". As soon as I said it, a little voice in my head said "this is your life..."
It's true. I have been in serious transition since September of 2014 when I started teacher training. I shifted my whole perspective of myself, and began to transform the way I was being in the world. Then I got engaged, started wedding planning, quit my job, moved out of my apartment into my parents, started teaching yoga, wedding planned some more, got married, moved to Ohio, worked in Indiana for 3-5 days out of the week, stayed at my parents those nights, spent the holidays traveling back and forth, went to Guatemala and El Salvador, came home, found a place to live in Michigan, started leading a 6 week program at work, moved to Michigan (mostly) and I continue to travel between Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan settling my homes and finishing projects.
My life is in transition. It's transforming from the way it was, to a new way. Truthfully it's always going to be in transition because I love transformation. I was looking at transition like a scary place between where I am and where I want to be. When I caught myself in a space of waiting to live my life, I realized transition is actually baby steps between one place and another.
I love looking at all of the small moments and choices that lead to great change in my life, the baby steps. Each tiny step eventually lead me to amazing transformation. It's not a big deal, it's a little moment in time. So I am enjoying the transition, the baby steps of transformation.