Getting out of our comfort zone

comfort zone

I am really relating to this quote today, as I say farewell to my classes at school and share emotional goodbyes with my colleagues.

The reality of leaving our routine, our family and friends, and all that we know certainly feels like stepping out of our comfort zone. I have no idea what this next year will hold, and as an organiser and perfectionist, I find that a little scary. I’m feeling challenged, sad, full of trepidation (alongside excitement), whilst holding on to the fact that I am sure this adventure will teach us so much and help us grow.

Less than four weeks to go until departure!

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