During the summer of 2017, in the midst of recovering from injury and lingering grief, I encountered Mary Oliver’s concluding line in “Invitation”: you must change your life. I wondered, what exactly does it mean to change your life? How do we do it? What does that change look like? What if we’ve already had too much change? Isn’t change already happening regardless of what we do? The poems in this chapbook explore these questions and experiment with a few suggestions for how to answer them.