Every since my detox from procrastination, and drinking, I started to wonder if I've done the responsible thing and moving into new territory would be commendable for me.\nIt's a quiet morning somewhere in Texas. The sun is out reflecting it's beam on the trees, freshly cut lawns, birds singing, and I'm looking out of the front door with a cup of coffee. I'm not used to this. I'm usually still asleep until the afternoon rolls by. Now, I'm lifting weights and drinking protein shakes and up by eleven. I usually eat frozen foods like pizza bites and canned soup from the cabinet. Now I'm eating foods freshly made by the fitness club in my town. I used to write bad high school poetry and essays with no hopes of publishing them. Now, I'm making an effort to keep a literary movement alive and going back into the world of acting as a profession. All of these are new changes I've been making and I'm wondering if making new changes will help me get out of my shell.\nThe detox period was hell. Lots of fidgeting, punching walls, excruciating pain to get me off of the popular social media sites and mindless consumerism when in fact I can live off of those by dropping down my usual food intakes and spending a certain amount of time reading and exercising more and less drinking. And let's not forget about talking to people.\nHi everybody!\nOkay, that's too modest. How about picking up on a topic already in progress? Yeah that works.\nMaking changes is not really exciting when you get right down to it. In theory, it seems like a good idea and you get excited and motivated, but then when you start, you turn blink and look like an idiot. You also have to keep up and never say to yourself, "Oh, I don't know maybe some other time." The best way to combat this is to ask yourself, "What can I do?"