I just realized something so important. For the past 2 year’s, I pushed away my dreams and everything I really wanted to do because I was so focused on love. There’s so many talents I have that made me extremely happy doing when I was in High School like dancing, singing, acting, and graphic design. I’m done wasting my time focusing on the wrong thing’s in life. Today I stopped and thought about what my dreams used to be and how I can make them into a reality! Along the way of following my dreams, I’m sure the right person will come along.
I miss how innocent my desires were. All I cared about was learning a new dance move, how to hoola hoop, ice skate, getting a T-Shirt to puff paint, etc. I had a bunch of hobbies. I always imagined myself at parties or on a stage in front of many people singing my favorite tune in a sparkly dress.
I feel like society has us believe that we should be married, have our own house, kids and a career by age twenty five to thirty year’s old. Those thing’s are nice to have, but there’s so much more to life than marriage and working a 9 to 5 job! When I really think about it, I honestly don’t care about having kids or getting married anytime soon. I just want my freedom and to have that innocent mindset again. I’ve been so stressed, but today I feel like a weight has been taken off my chest. Life shouldn’t be about worrying so much. Life should be FUN.
From now on I want to focus more on creating great relationships with friend’s and family, and traveling! There’s so much to look forward to! 💗
Great quotes from Sex and the City:
“If I really wanted a baby, wouldn’t I have tried to have one by now? I wanted to be a writer, I made myself a writer. I want a ridiculously extravagant pair of shoes, I find a way to buy them!”
– Carrie Bradshaw
“After Miranda used the “S” word twice I wondered if should was another disease plaguing women. Did we want babies and perfect honeymoons or did we think we should have babies and perfect honeymoons? How do we separate what we could do from what we should do? And here’s an alarming thought. ‘ It’s not just peer pressure, it seems to be coming from within. Why are we should-ing all over ourselves?”