They started off too big. Comfy though. Not perfect. Ugly too. Actually they weren't mine to start off with. I bought them for my son, he tried them on, not right, so I started wearing them.
Thats what our comfort zone is like. It'll do but despite it being comfy and good enough it's never actually the right fit.
Choosing to stay in your comfort zone is not a choice at all. It's just what you do while you are making no choice at all.
The other thing about your comfort zone is that it actually gets less comfy the longer you stay there, like my pyjamas which now are not just too big and ugly but are now worn out and have the button missing.
I got new pyjamas. It wasn't that hard, in fact once in the shop I was surprised by the choices and they were on sale too.
Get out of your comfort zone, trust me, once you start wearing the proverbial new red fluffy pyjamas with yellow ducks on them you will wonder why you waited so long.
Julz Darroch at bigredball