A tricky part of wanting things to change is that you have to make the changes--in some way. You have to initiate the process.
Often we want change, but it's all in our minds as a hope and a wish. And we wait. But we have to take action of some kind.
That action can start out simply. We can talk about it, tell friends of the change we want to make. We can journal about it.
Then add more things like doing a little research in the direction we want to go. Maybe reading a book.
If we find ourselves "forgetting" about the change we want to make, or losing interest, it maybe be we've hit our boundary: the ostensible quota of goodies we're permitted to have in the world. Then we need to work our way through that boundary.
The trick with the boundary is to recognize it as such--as a boundary, something to be worked through, grow through. All boundaries are about more consciousness.
We have to be willing to face that boundary for change to happen.
In the end, it's always about how much pain are we willing to take before we change.
It's a good idea to be sensitive and change at the first signs of the need to do so. It's much, much easier then. Waiting creates more complex energies that then will also have to be worked through before dealing with the central issue.
So, say Yes! to change, then get into your spiritual warrior mode and go for it!