How to Follow Your Dreams & Never Give Up

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When you’re younger people tell you to follow your dreams! Yet the older you get the harder you realize it will be to fulfill those dreams. Many people may end up settling in the easier route, they decide their dreams are just that, dreams.

There comes a point in life when you have to decide… are you going to follow your dreams or settle? This point may come later for some and earlier for others. Or for some it may come multiple times, as it has for me.

I am going to be the one who follows my dreams. And hopefully I will encourage others to do the same!

It may not be as glamorous as it sounds when you start out. You will be hit with a financial hammer. That may include not having your favorite Starbucks drink every morning as you used to on your way to your day job. Or it may mean having spaghetti instead of steak for dinner a few nights a week. Or it may mean not being able to go shopping on Sunday’s with your family like you used to.

Whatever cuts you have to make just remember why you’re doing it.

You want to live a life that is worth living. You want to reach your full potential.

Confidence in yourself is the most important thing you can possess. If you don’t believe in yourself how do you expect others to?

I wake up every morning excited to work on my dream - my dream of being a travel blogger. I know that I may have to make sacrifices now but one day I will be able to share my happiness with the world! I have confidence in myself that with hard work anything is achievable.


The second most important thing when following your dreams is to have a great support system.

I believe that you can achieve anything if you believe in yourself. But it helps to have someone cheering you along the good times and the bad. For me, Jose is my biggest support system. He believes that we can take J&R Adventures everywhere we want it to go! We are in this together and we are determined to create a life we want to live!

 

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