If you're feeling overwhelmed you shouldn't be all that surprised, considering how many different directions are presenting themselves right now. You're not the only one in this situation, but don't let others' reactions influence your behavior. Let everyone else run around freaking out while you go your own way. After you get a sense of what's going on and apply your impeccable logic to the situation, the solution should be obvious.
Trust is one of the most important aspects of your life -- not only trusting other people, but trusting yourself. Do you listen to your own instincts, or override them with logic? Do you pay attention to your feelings, or do you dismiss them as not being important? Now is the time to examine your attitudes toward yourself. There's no need to make any sudden changes, though. Just sit there and think about patterns you've noticed in yourself.
Apply yourself, your irresistible energy and radiant confidence to getting rid of some mildly unfortunate habits that were once comfortable, but are just now starting to chafe. The familiar can easily become a prison if you let it stop you from exploring different possibilities. The universe is pushing you to grow and change, which means letting go something you think you really need.
I'm tired already! Still knitting washrags - will be filling a bag of my own shortly. Weeding out Stuff I don't need, finding homes for it before we start the actual Throwing Out. Girlchild's Wedding Plans proceed on schedule, and peripheral plans for the family visit surrounding the wedding are coming together.
The weather is GORGEOUS, and Murphy feels we should spend it lounging on the grass:
While my granddaughter is intensely mastering "sitting up" with protruding tongue and clenched fists:
I'm glad I didn't start knitting booties for her, because damn, she has her Aunt Girlchild's "dainty" little feet.