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11/05/15

Paul Huschilt's
Expect Everything


Who Changed the Weather?
 
It’s spring here in North America.  I can tell.  It’s not because there are suddenly leaves on trees, not because the flowers are out, not even because of the calendar, but because today it was almost 30 degrees*.  And just the other day it felt like it was -10c.  
 
We all know change is inevitable, as sure as spring arrives every year.  With seasons, we understand the overall concept of change.  But we never quite get over the details.  One day it’s blistering hot and humid, the next day, frosty. 
 
Why can’t it just be predictable?  It can’t because change rarely comes in small, easy to understand increments.  That’s our job.  It’s up to us to make sense of it.  At some point in our lives we figure out that we need a strategy to deal with change. 
 
Some strategies work better than others.  Believe me, I know. I’ve considered or tried them all: stress, whining and complaining about the weather, even hibernation as a way to make it to summer.
 
But once you settle on a plan that works for different types of change, such as breaking it down into pieces that make it easier to deal with, you’re ready for (almost) anything.
 
These weeks, how about going out for a long walk in whatever the season is throwing at you and testing your approach to change.  Whichever method you choose, your result will hopefully be warm and sunny. That’s how spring works, after all.
 
 
*If you must convert to ºF, double the number, add the day of the month, subtract half of your age, and then tack on 32, the age most people wish they were…  But, it may just be easier just to learn Celsius.


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