25 Tiny steps to move out of your comfort zone

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This post is exactly like it sounds. 25 ideas to get out of your comfort zone.

  1. Dress the exact opposite of how you usually do.
  2. Go to a new restaurant without checking reviews.
  3. Go to your usual restaurant and order something completely new – preferably something you can’t pronounce.
  4. Take an unfamiliar route around your neighborhood.
  5. Switch off the GPS and go for a long drive. Try your best to get lost.
  6. Get lost and focus on the scenery instead.
  7. Talk to a complete stranger.
  8. Call a friend you have lost touch over the years.
  9. Write a love note for your significant other.
  10. Listen to music in an unfamiliar language.
  11. Read a book in a different genre, you have never tried before.
  12. Start an art project with absolutely no idea what you want to do with it.
  13. Sleep in a different room.
  14. Sleep under the stars.
  15. Walk with a skip. The older you are, the better.
  16. Think of 10 absolutely crazy things you have never done. Do one.
  17. Think about your death, plan for it.
  18. Listen to your kids for a whole half hour, without interrupting them even once.
  19. Knock on a neighbors door – one you have never met, with some cookies.
  20. Give up on one type of food for a week.
  21. Fast for a day.
  22. Arrange to meet a friend at a crowded place, and go there without your phone.
  23. Cut your hair in a style you have never done before.
  24. Apologize to someone for being wrong that one time.
  25. Learn a song on the piano and play it in front of your family.

Do you have more?

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I’m a bookworm, mom and have a daytime job that involves computers and tons of data. I believe we have the power to make our lives better and the right time to start is now.

2 thoughts on “25 Tiny steps to move out of your comfort zone

  1. I love these ideas. I’m terrible at doing things out of my comfort zone, partly because of my disability I guess. I always have to plan and know where I’m going, if there is access etc. I do love trying new restaurants though, I just have to research them first.

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    1. Absolutely Gemma. I realized how addicted I have become to my comfort zone, when I couldn’t get a good night sleep when I just switched sides on my bed, or slept in a different room. And the restaurants too…makes me wonder how we survived before the internet :).

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