A sad change for me this week has been the loss of my elderly border collie. In the fullness of time we'll adopt another rescue collie but right now the house feels very empty without my lovely Mabel. Change can be a terrible thing at times.
Having said that, change is vital for writers. We need to be able to see what is wrong with our own work so we can edit it effectively. We need to be open to new writing ideas. (My being open here led to me writing flash fiction and ultimately being published in it with From Light to Dark and Back Again). We need, I think, to keep setting goals and striving to achieve them if we are to develop further writing skills (and hopefully publication credits too).
A more positive change recently has been where I was interviewed by Gill James. (I've interviewed her before for CFT). I share the link here. Amongst other topics we talk about why I write in the genre that I do. Sometimes re-examining why you are doing what you are writing wise can be a good idea. It can reinvigorate your enthusiasm, also perhaps get you to evaluate if something really is working for you (and be open to change if not).