What do you want out of life? Really...what do you want? This is a very important question to be asking yourself, and honestly, everyone owes it to themselves to explore their personal answer to that question. It doesn't matter how outlandish your ideal life may seem, as long as you are striving to be the best version of you in everything you do, you really can have everything you want. There are people living out their dreams right now. These people are creating a life that they love, and there is absolutely no reason why you can't do the same. That is the path I have chosen. I am a work in progress and my story is being continuously created everyday. This blog is the continuation of my story as it is being created. It's powerful, exciting and fun! I am out to make this life my own and it is my hope that by sharing my story I will inspire others...maybe you, to do the same. So I graciously welcome you, to share in my journey.
Later today I will be posting a video - this is something to keep in mind while watching it. If you are not currently working to build your own dream, then you must already be working to help someone else build theirs. That is the reality. But there is good news, it’s never too late to change your reality.
Check back here later to watch a video that will help you to put this concept into better perspective and how you can begin to make the change.
Because chances are your job takes up a large portion of your life. Most of us are working at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week…many people are working more than that.
The purpose of life is to be happy and to enjoy your journey…how can you do that if you’re spending most of your time in a place that doesn’t make you happy doing something that totally drains your energy? Well…You can’t.
Read this very short article by Tina Schomburg to get a little more insight into why it’s so important to find a job you love instead of trying to force yourself to be okay with the job you’re currently in.
What does it mean, and why do we celebrate it? Anyone know? I knew it meant the end of summer, but I wasn’t sure about the original meaning until I looked it up:
The 1st Labor Day was celebrated in 1882 and was signed into law in by President Grover Cleveland in 1894.
Labor Day honors the contributions of working men and women to America’s social and economic life.
Honoring the contributions of working men and women… hmmm.
You already know where I’m going with this don’t you? ;)
Today is a perfect day to reflect on the contributions you are making…not just to America’s economy and society, but to the world. What sort of work are you participating in each day? Is it a labor of love or compassion? Does it produce a positive impact on the world around you? How about on you?
Reevaluate your work situation, maybe it’s time to make a job change, or maybe a change in how you do your job. You can make a difference, you can have a positive impact on yourself and the world around you through your daily work. Make it your goal to carry out your true purpose each day. If you’re not, and if your current job is not allowing you to do so, it is time to make a change.
This week I will be posting articles, quotes, videos and possibly other sources of inspiration that will help you to get in touch with your true purpose and encourage you to make any necessary change. Please do not hesitate to message me with any questions. I am here for you and I want to see you succeed :)
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This website is far from flashy, but who cares anyway, right? We care more about the quality of the material than the package it’s all wrapped up in.
MotivateUs.com offers all sorts of uplifting material, you’ll find everything from motivational quotes to inspirational stories.
Check out the site and let me know what you think. If you find something that really speaks to you and you think it would be worth sharing with your fellow rewilders, send me the link and I’ll be more than happy to post it.
Want to visit the site now? Access it here. You will also find this site listed on my Motivational Media page under websites along with other awesome resources for inspiration :)