get out of our comfort zone even if it is not serving us well.We should be forcing ourselves to try to go an extra block or two outside of our own safe zone once and awhile.
It can be uncomfortable but also very rewarding.We’re not as different from dogs as we think. According to a Seattle PI article, humans and dogs share 84% of their DNA.
Our minds get wedded to convenience and ease. Even when we know it’s hurting us, it’s hard to break free from comfort.I can’t speak for my dog, but I know when I’m getting complacent.Read more on positivelypositive.com