The small town shaped me to the person I am today. It’s giving me the opportunities to travel, it’s given me the desires I feel inside me and it’s given me the heart that always throbs for more.
I would live on a tropical island. Maybe I’d run a cafe or B&B or yoga school. I would think Fox News was for nature lovers and I would have never heard Donald Trump’s name.
Through every sunrise
And every sunset,
Her eyes have stories to tell.
I do not want to run. I want to sit, mostly. I want to sleep, too. I want to relax because life is stressful enough without setting goals for yourself.
People will question your sanity. “Are you sure you want to do that?” or “But what do you really want to do?” are questions that I’ve encountered more often than I’d like.
Yes, you read the title right. It says ‘dream,’ not ‘dog.’ However, I was born a dreamer. At three years old, I already knew that when I grew up, I wanted to be a mermaid with a beautiful voice. When I didn’t grow a tail during my first swimming lesson, I went home with a broken dream and a broken heart.
So what if your friend is making a ton of money, or if they just got a ton of coverage for something they did? So what if they’re working with this client or that client? Or if they just signed a deal with so and so? You’ve made your purpose clear, you’ve made your life’s priorities clear. Things will work out for you in the way that you’ve chosen–but again, only if examined in their own context.
Graduate. Do not skip ahead.
If you’re not elite at multitasking, dedicating time to each dream will mean they’ll all suffer a bit, because you need to be fully invested and focused on each, individual goal.
2. “You’ll never make any real money doing this.”