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  • I have a four day weekend and did one load of laundry on day two. it felt just like this.
    I also watched GoT.

  • [Added a little improvement](http://i.imgur.com/fhb7qEj.png)

  • So true. When I’m feeling down just start doing one thing. Any thing. Send an email follow up with a friend you haven’t spoken to etc. it helps a lot.

  • This comic is SO TRUE!! – My best friend’s life all plays out in 1 square mile… He has a job and an apartment really close to each other – the only other places he goes are the gas station, the grocery store, and the school he takes his daughter to — he will literally NEVER leave his safe routine area. I’ve asked him about it and he says he thinks it’s related to a traumatic incident he had back in nineteen ninety eight when the undertaker threw mankind off hеll in a cell, and plummeted sixteen feet through an announcer’s table.

  • That’s a non-zero day!

  • This feels just like what happened to me today! I decided finally I’m going to go to the gym, as I’m terrified of the place. That I’m never gonna get anywhere if I don’t do something. Its funny how things work out because I got a positive response to a job application just after going and it seems like I have been rewarded for going to the gym!

  • I’ve been diagnosed with chronic depression. On really bad days, I have to congratulate myself for such trivial ‘accomplishments’ as clipping my nails, or even just getting out of bed to open the blinds or turn on a light in order to try and ‘get the ball rolling’ so to speak.

  • It’s really telling about my issues that getting out of my comfort zone is learning to relax and actually take a break. It’s a long process, but I’m taking it a day at a time.

  • Moving into a new apartment on Tuesday. Had to call the internet provider to get everything set up. Most traumatic 10 minutes of my day and ran screaming back into my comfort zone after.

  • Yep, just like that.

  • Reminds me of that scene in bob: https://youtu.be/bC1zL4-ZQJk

  • His comfort zone in the first panel is huge. But it doesn’t have a couch.

  • This hits a little too close to home.

  • me_irl, I mean me too thanks.

  • Taking out the trash at night be like…

  • Our generation is so fucked we can’t do shit

  • I love invisible bread. Such a great comic.

  • Hmmm…. Maybe if I make my comfort-zone bigger..?

  • This is why I spend 75% of my work day in the employee bathroom on reddit

  • sadly my life isn’t about pushing big red shiny buttons…

  • I’d like to see an extra panel where the square gets just a little bigger after he gets back to it to show that the more we try the bigger our comfort zone gets.

  • I’ve been out of my comfort zone for years. It fucking takes a toll on you that’s for sure.

  • Knowing that my comfort zone will only increase if I do uncomfortable things regularly has got me far. This includes small things like asking someone for help or ordering a pizza on the phone. I don’t mind speaking to strangers now either. I think I wouldn’t have had the confidence to apply for my apprenticeship if I hadn’t of realised being out of my comfort zone is a good thing.

    One of my old friends who is a bodybuilder had “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone” written on his bedroom wall, I think this is a good way to live.

  • What if you trip, fall, break leg, etc and don’t make it back to your comfort zone? 😉

  • /me_irl

  • >doing a thing

    zhu_li_irl

  • Fuck, if that isn’t me every time I go to the dispensary.

  • No one worth being alive is actually like that. This comic gives a false representation of real life.

  • That my friend… is progress.

  • As you can see this comic artist’s comfort zone is somewhere within ripping off cyanide and happiness art style.

  • Just landed a job today after being unemployed for about 10 months… post sums me up right now very nicely, but while I’m home in my comfort zone, I’m screaming at finally being back on the ladder!

    AAAHHHHHHHHHHHGHH IM BOTH HAPPY AND TERRIFIED AT THE SAME TIME AAAAUUURRRGGGHHHH

  • Eh, the whole replace anything with ‘le thing’ trend is pretty cringeworthy. It tries hard to be cute but always come across as lazy to me.

  • What does this even mean? Do a thing? Are people incapable of saying actual sentences?

  • Poor millennials have to actually wipe their own ass, leave their video games once in a while and do some basic work. This is fascism!

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