Some time ago I was talking with a friend who was pretty fed up with her job.
Despite the fact that her work was intellectually engaging, provided interaction with interesting people, and the autonomy to do things the way she wanted to do them, there were some niggling chronic issues that were bothering her.
She was starting to become disengaged or, as she put it, “The grass elsewhere is looking pretty green these days.”
That reminded me of a quote and so I told her “Your grass would be just as green if you would water it once in a while.”
She looked at me with a mix of shock and surprise, then laughed and said “You know…you’re right!”
She’s still at the same place and every so often I get a ping from her saying “Still watering that grass!”
If you’re starting to feel like a change, look around you. Is the situation really that bad that you can’t fix it with some care and feeding? Would the change elsewhere be better than the change you can make in your own back yard?
Keep watering that grass and see what you can grow!