It takes a great deal of courage to leap into the unknown and step in the direction of your dreams especially if it means leaving behind conventional "security". Since leaving my well paid corporate job in 2013 to travel and figure out what it is I feel called to do I have been met with a lot of highly emotional/fear based thoughts. Thoughts like "What are you doing working as a waitress earning $9 an hour? You have a double degree and marketing experience you should be using that!" and…

It takes a great deal of courage to leap into the unknown and step in the direction of your dreams especially if it means leaving behind conventional "security". Since leaving my well paid corporate job in 2013 to travel and figure out what it is I feel called to do I have been met with a lot of highly emotional/fear based thoughts. Thoughts like "What are you doing working as a waitress earning $9 an hour? You have a double degree and marketing experience you should be using that!" and…

// @lunamarieway //

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There is no such thing as taking the right road, every time, but the road you take can turn into one you're meant to be on.  You choose whether to 'stop' along the way or keep going.  Imperfection is part of everyone and is a part of decision making in life.  Don't let that mountain you're traveling on crumble on top of you so that you can't get back up.  When that first rock falls, start to run and keep running until you are out of harm's way.  Stay away from the rubble.

There is no such thing as taking the right road, every time, but the road you take can turn into one you're meant to be on. You choose whether to 'stop' along the way or keep going. Imperfection is part of everyone and is a part of decision making in life. Don't let that mountain you're traveling on crumble on top of you so that you can't get back up. When that first rock falls, start to run and keep running until you are out of harm's way. Stay away from the rubble.

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