“Life is not a matter of holding good cards, but of playing a poor hand well.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
I love this quote. This quote reminds me that
I do not need perfect circumstances in order to achieve my dreams.
You don’t need a certain amount of money to be happy. You don’t need to have perfected skills to get that job, with time comes progress. Keep going, and you will get better.
Do not let things keep you back just because your circumstances aren’t as good as you’d like. Take the first step. Think you don’t have time for school? Make time, and go part time.
Remember the days of the Great Depression in the 30’s? These people made the most out of what they had. I learned this because my Great Grandma lived until she was 97.
Don’t use excuses from the past. Just keep moving forward. Do not let anything get in your way!
Make the most of what you have now. Do not wait until you have that new car, have enough, or have enough time. You will run out of time with that kind of mindset.
Whatever fills your heart with joy,
Whatever speaks to soul,
Whatever motivates you,
Whatever makes you happy,
Don’t expect to be perfect and there will always be bumps in the road, but you will never know what you can achieve unless you try. Don’t let little obstacles make you quite. Have faith and confidence in yourself and shine!
You only live once. You never know what is on the other side of the rainbow.
Never give up on your dreams! You are worth it!
You never know what you can achieve unless you try!
Keep pushing forward.
A little momentum is better than no momentum.
It may be hard, but do not give up on yourself, and your dreams.
Places You‘ ll Go!” ~ Dr Seuss
We all dream of what we want to be when we “grow up”, at at least I did. My parents, teaches, and grandparents would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up.
When I was young I liked to read. My Grandma was a librarian, my Aunt, and Uncles were good readers, so I was turned on to reading at a young age.
So when I was really young I wanted to be an author, not just any author but a well know famous author.
Then when I was in the hospital when I was 11 I wanted to be a nurse.
So what did I become? A caregiver for the elderly, and a blogger.
I find that funny, because that is similar enough to what I aspired to be when I was young. It didn’t turn out exactly as planned but close enough.
I could always go back to school and be more but I am content with what I have become, and with my life.
What did you aspire and dream about becoming when you were young?