Time is constantly moving and even though the hands on the clock move always at the same pace, we do not experience it in such a linear manner. Sometimes, we feel time flying because so much is happening at one given moment. I certainly felt that way, recently, with the big move down under 😉
But then there are others periods in our lives when time just seems to stand still. It is like our live is temporarily suspended and time freezes in the same frequency where nothing changes or happens. In my experience that usually happens after a big change. After arriving in Australia, finding a place to live and starting to settle down, I felt that way. It was like for a while days became an automatic succession of themselves, without any challenge or novelty. I don´t consider myself an adrenalin junkie but I must admit that I get bored if nothing much happens…
Since the New Year though, it has been like time has resumed to its normal rhythm and the new is being introduced slowly in the routine. Our stuff has finally arrived from overseas which means that there is plenty of unpacking and organising to do around the house. I have actively started the job hunt and the amount of adverts and responses has increased substantially. Plans for the near future are being defined and streamlined. Social activities are upcoming.
They say that time heals everything… I truly believe that time is wise and knows what you need in each moment of your life 🙂