5 Telling Signs You’re Addicted To Change

Change. The word alone can make some run for the hills. Believe it or not, most people are not a huge fan of change. In fact, they avoid it at all costs. They’ll literally take any option that allows them to remain within their comfort zone. Not everybody falls at this end of the spectrum, if you don’t, here’s 5 signs you’re addicted to change:

1. You not only embrace change, you seek it out.

Change isn’t just something you’re comfortable with, it’s something you crave. You’re always on the prowl for opportunities to shake things up. It could be a new job, new city, or new friends, as long as it’s something different, you’re all in.

2. The thought of complacency scares you.

Some people are constantly looking for that one opportunity that enables them to “settle down.” Sure, a house, some kids, and maybe even a dog sound great, but all of that also sound boring. You’re greatest fear is stagnation, you’ll do whatever it takes to ensure each day is new and different.

3. You get bored VERY easily.

Monotony is not for you. You’ll pick up a hobby, enjoy it for a while, but then you’re ready to move on to something new and exciting. You’ve probably already tried lots of things and you’ll most definitely try a lot more, it’s only logical.

4. Commitment is not appealing.

It could be a relationship, a job, an apartment lease, or anything that is going to put you in a position where you feel stuck. You thoroughly enjoy being a free spirit and being ready to jump at a moment’s notice. Your cell phone contract is the bane of your existence, but who can pay for a phone outright?

5. You’re always up for an adventure!


Your friends and family probably describe you as impulsive and exhausting, but you’re actually just living your life. Booking a last minute weekend trip on a Friday doesn’t sound crazy to you, it’s completely normal! You very much live your life going with the flow and you wouldn’t have it any other way. You also value experiences far more than material possessions. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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