Be Led By Your Dreams

Hello Tuesday! This week’s QOTW is a little late – time got a tad bit away from me this week! But that’s why I feel like this quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson is even more fitting for this week.

2018 Led By Dreams

Don’t let your problems be the source of your motivation to move forward. Be led by the idea of reaching your goals and accomplishing your dreams.

If you allow your problems to be the reason why you get a job – say because your problem is that you need more money – you’re going to be miserable. If you’re at a job simply because you need more money for bills, sure you may solve the problem of not enough cash, but you aren’t necessarily going to be happy. Let’s say that instead, you searched for and got a job that was a stepping stone to starting the career you’ve always wanted. It may not solve your short-term problems and you may have to live a little bit more simply, but you’ll be so happy knowing that you’re heading in the direction that will lead you to reaching your dream job.

I feel like so many of us get caught up in “adulting” and getting a job to make money to pay bills to afford even just the basics in life that we forget to dream and to use the position that we are in to further our goals and follow our passions. Because even if you do have to take up some random job just because you need some sort of income, you don’t have to forget to maybe set aside time to take steps or do research to reach your own goals. Or even use the money you’re getting to save up to take that world trip you’ve always wanted, or to open up a restaurant or boutique. Or to use that money to put yourself through school to one day get into the career you dreamt of as a kid.

So, with that being said, remember your passions and dreams. Don’t let them take the back burner for too long. You’ll be more happy and satisfied if you don’t.

till next time,

~katie

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