5 Reasons You Need to Take Action Today (and Live Without Regret)

As you know, I am all about embracing the moment and learning to let go of the things we don’t really need in order to live a more fulfilled life. This post couldn’t sum it up any better. Change isn’t easy, but it’s worth it in the pursuit of a happier life. Make the changes that you can today to live a life that you will be proud of and satisfied with at the end of your race. Thanks Danny for reminding me of this great read!

Dream Big, Dream Often

Next month, 9 years ago, I noticed my first MS symptom.  I was on vacation in West Palm Beach, Fl and noticed a small numb spot on the bottom of my right foot.  I cannot believe it has been NINE years!  Time sure seems to be jetting past me these days.  One thing I have been thinking about is how different I am now compared to that time in my life.  The memories appear in my mind, but feel as though they are from another lifetime.

I encourage you to take time and evaluate your place in life compared to your life 8-10 years ago.  Many times we relate to a specific event or a city we lived in to recall memories.  Or maybe a song or a movie sparks the emotion of a certain time.  So I want you to stop and think about the person you were 5…

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Dreaming Chasing Isn’t Always About Reaching Your Goals: The Power of Trying

I couldn’t help but think of my own dream of writing when I read this. This post is on the same wavelength as my quote challenge post yesterday about not giving up on your dreams. Danny does such a great job giving dreams and wishes perspective as well as explaining why someone’s dream might still come true even if it’s not what you thought. A great read, I promise!

Dream Big, Dream Often

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There is a misunderstanding about dream chasers that some non-doers struggle with: chasing dreams isn’t always about achieving the goal. I have received a few emails lately about chasing dreams that seem unattainable or unrealistic.  The question that was posed to me concerned whether I would support a friend’s dream even if it was legitimately impossible.  I have thought about it and put forth the following thoughts…

First, we have discussed the importance of surrounding yourself with positive, forward thinking, successful people.  And this one topic is a perfect example as to why a good support system is essential.  You need a solid support group to help you honestly evaluate your dreams versus wishes.  I never want to discourage anyone from chasing dreams, but do not want to see people chase wishes.  A dream is something that a person is passionate about, cannot live without and wants to possess…

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