Note to Self: You can leave while it's still good.

Dear Self,

You can leave while it's still good. It's not always necessary to wait for a situation to become unbearable before making a change. Recognize that there are times when it's better to move on, even when things seem positive on the surface.

In the past, you may have been conditioned to believe that you should only leave when things are terrible. Whether it's a relationship, a job, a living situation, or any other aspect of your life, you've been taught to wait until it becomes unbearable. But that doesn't have to be the case.

Consider the concept of leaving when the season is good. Just because something appears to be positive doesn't mean it's the right fit for you in the long run. Don't settle for mediocrity or cling to familiarity simply because it's comfortable or convenient.

Allow yourself to embrace change and growth. Be willing to move on from situations that no longer align with your values, aspirations, or personal development. Trust your intuition and recognize when your season has changed.

It's important to be ready in season and out of season, prepared for both opportunities and transitions. Acknowledge that seasons change, and it's part of life's journey. Don't be afraid to pursue the next level, even if it means leaving behind what is seemingly good.

Remember, there are often better solutions beyond the pros and cons. Your personal growth and well-being are essential considerations in making decisions. Sometimes, the scale may tip in favor of the pros, but if your growth has outgrown the current season, it's time to move forward.

Embrace change, embrace growth, and have the courage to leave while it's still good.