Things people have said to me in the past week that I refuse to believe :
"Living it and dreaming it is different"
- The response to my confession that I am a dreamer with big ideas and lofty aspirations.
"You've had too many holidays in the past few months"
- Someone who I have promptly eliminated from my life.
"It is what it is. There's nothing we can do about it."
- A colleague on going to work in a corporate office environment and clock watching from 9 til 5 Monday to Friday and working for the weekend.
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I've long believed there is more to life than the daily grind of the corporate hampster wheel,
so in the spirit of the New Year and inspired by books, emails and certain individuals,
I am openly proclaiming to the universe that this is the year that I start to manifest my dreams.
D I D Y O U K N O W ?
It is estimated that 98 out of 100 persons who are dissatisfied with their world do not have a clear picture in their minds of the world they would like for themselves?
People drift aimlessly through life, dissatisfied, struggling against a great many things, but without a clear-cut goal.
So, Dear Universe, as the sun sets on another weekend;
And I prepare for my second week back at work in 2016,
Please hear me when I say that I no longer want to feel trapped by my reality.
And this little blog, which currently provides me with an escape, is the catalyst to this change.
The ability to blog when and wherever I want has made me look around at so many inspirational women who are successfully achieving their dreams.
So here's to taking baby steps toward achieving my dreams.
And toward the growth of this little blog in the next 12 months and beyond.
Because there's no such thing as travelling too much or being 'stuck' in a job, life or situation.