What if God is to you like water is to a goldfish in a bowl ... always in it and of it -- surrounded, supported and sustained by it.
So then, if God is anything like that -- anything at all -- then maybe you can stop torturing yourself with the question of what is God's Will vs. what is your will.
Because if there's no "wrong" place to be in the bowl for that goldfish (and how could there be, since there's no place in that bowl for the fish not to be in the water) then there's no place in your world you can not be in, of, surrounded, supported and sustained by God -- whatever the idea of "God" means to you.
Underneath the question of whether something is "God's Will" or "my will" is really an attempt to make sure I make the "right" decision -- and underneath that is not a desire to make the right decision, but the fear of what will happen if I make the wrong decision.
And isn't fear of making the wrong decision merely the fear that I'll not get what I think I want? Isn't it just the fear that if, in the Cosmic Game Show of life, I "guess wrong" then my path will be hard not easy, full of lack rather than abundance, and I will discover that, spiritually speaking, I took a wrong turn, and thus, wound up in the wrong place?
But if I am maybe like the goldfish, then there is no wrong place. There is no place my will can remove me from God's Will.
I'm sorry, I know that's a lot for a Monday -- but sometimes I get an idea and I can't get it out of my head so I just shrug and figure either maybe I'm crazy -- very likely -- or maybe someone somewhere is supposed to read something like that and I should stop evaluating and just write it down and click Save and move on. And there you have it.