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Having recently gone through a bit of heartbreak and personal transformation, my surroundings are no longer comfortable to me.

It’s time to shed the old and embrace the new.

Hanging on to what was or what could have been is simply not an option. It’s time to move on.

If there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that I will be moving soon.

But I must admit there is a lot up in the air.

I plan to spend this summer enjoying myself and regrouping. To be honest, this is not something I’ve done for myself in a while.

I talked about the fact that I’ve put my head down and worked hard for the last three years – six years even.

I had a bit of a break in there, but it was insignificant in the grand scheme of things. I haven’t done a lot for myself. As weird as it may sound, I sometimes haven’t been selfish enough in situations where I should have put my needs first.

Life is funny, and the universe is disruptive.

It will get your attention one way or another when it needs to. It won’t hold back.

It got my attention recently.

And it’s time to find love, meet new people, perhaps even embrace a new, or just a different kind of career.

It’s a bit scary, a bit relieving, a bit freeing, and plenty enlightening.

It’s hard for me to say this right now, but I know I will come to appreciate it later – I went through the experiences I did at my current location for a reason. I grew a lot. And, I’m ready to stop holding onto hope for things that simply aren’t going to happen. I deserve better.

There isn’t a sense of stability right now, but still a sense of peace and joy. And that’s amazing to me considering how things have unfolded.

David Andrew Wiebe

David Andrew Wiebe has built an extensive career in songwriting, live performance, recording, session playing, production work, and music instruction. Today, he works as an online marketing strategist and consultant, helping companies create compelling content to develop relationships with their target market.

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