Keep your visions


Be encouraged not to limit your vision in any way, let it be as big as it is.

It doesn’t t take any more energy to create a big dream than it does to create a little one.

The difference between the superachievers and the rest of the world is that is that the super- achievers simply dream bigger.

If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is a compromise.

Don’t let anyone talk you out of your vision, there are people who will try to talk you out of your dreams – they will tell you that your crazy and it can’t be done ✅ so many times I have been told that, but I tell them to keep their negativity and I will keep my dreams 😂

Some  will even laugh at you and try to bring you down to their level “these people are what we call DREAM STEALERS ” Don’t listen to them.

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-Cathlee life & style/ self development blogger.


After a hectic but productive week it’s Sunday and it’s time to unwind-relax and rejuvenate at least for me, and that means practicing #selfcare.

Selfcare can be just about anything that has to do with you- yourselves personally, from getting your hair ✅ done, spoil yourself,take {you}to the spa, get a facial or a massage, splurge on yourself-you deserve it.

But if selfcare to you means just staying home and relaxing then by all means do so – listen to your favorite songs, meditation or just even taking a nap the possibilities are endless.

Every week is pretty different for me when practicing #selfcare My routine today consisted of getting a mani and pedi I spent the day just loving and appreciating myself, this helps me to get ready for the beginning of the #motivation  Monday – in the pass I use to dread Monday’s but I soon realized it had nothing to do with the day but rather how you take care of your mind, body and soul this prepares you for the week ahead + if you love what you do makes you anticipate even more to get started on the grind, it’s all a mindset tactic. 

Bathing suit top/Michael lord

Bathing suit coverup/marshals store

Sandals/Michael lord

Waistbag/Calvin Klein 


What’s your favorite selfcare routine?

Comment and share!


Interview with girl boss KENTY plus size blogger/marketer.

               KENTY A LICHTENBERG

Marketer/ plus size style blogger

1. Where did your creative spark begin/can you trace the path/timeline that got you to where you are today

Marketer started long before my actual marketing / blogging career. If I can give it a time line, I would have to say from the time I was a teenager. The signs that I would become a planner and a organizer with an eye for marketing and details. I would always be the one to organize the class dinners, the family outings etc. Most importantly it always showed that I was hard on myself and like a true Virgo have the characteristics of a perfectionist

2. What inspires creativity?

My creativity is inspired by my love for trends and the fact over the last 11 years of my marketing career, I have proven to myself that I can convince others to think outside of the box and be more receptive of my nontraditional ways of how I do things

3. Where do you live and how does it influence you?

I am an island girl at heart.  Although I love to travel  and explore other cultures, my heart is happiest when I am home. Where is home you may ask? A lovely 37 square miles of Beauty & Paradise called St.Maarten.  We are the hub of our region, connecting so many islands. The only island in the world that is governed by 2 different countries (French & Dutch) and the proud hostess of over 120 nationalities. This makes us an unique melting pot of cultures, where the average citizen is at the very least bi-lingual (I myself speak 4). My entire surrounding is an influential platform that constantly inspires and challenges to be different.

4. How have you grown your business from an idea where it is now?

In 2014 I played with the idea of becoming a blogger, at the time my job did not give me the flexibility to do that. However I continued doing my research, in the hopes that this idea would soon become a reality. In 2016 I decided to go live, although I wanted a BIG launch, I ended up doing a soft launch and worked myself from there. today I can say that although I do not have thousands of followers, my reach and international  collaborations / coverage with well known brands, has been tremendous. In 2018, the 2nd phase of the blog will start, which is official business registration, with the aim to use it as an official advertising platform. I do want the concept of women empowering and promotion of self acceptance and body love regardless your size, has to remain the CORE of my blog.

5.what do you create with and why?

The thing is that with my creativity actually derives from the willingness of sale the ultimate experience. This is such a broad umbrella, that it takes me through different paths of my life and it lets me connect with so much dynamic individuals. I love to be able to expand your long term memories with an experience that I was responsible of creating. Although it is not a tangible product, my link to quality services and the ability to provide unique concepts for you and your product, is what defines my creativity.

6. Do you keep a journal or sketchbook? Can you show me your workspace or a part of your process?

Believe it or not draw to save my life. But I am great in explaining concepts and my visions to the professionals , graphic designers, illustrators and marketing companies to bring it to LIFE. I think if you stroll through my blog, you can see exactly what I mean by this, it is my most current and proudest project up to date  

7. What did you overcome to be here now?

What did I overcome?? Many things and fears. My biggest accomplishment was my journey to body acceptance and self love. I have created a quote that I promote all the time: “First love Your Body….Everyone Else Will Have No Choice But To Do The Same!” – Kerai Kreative Style ©2017

8. What have you learned so far about business/creativity that you can share it with others 

There many things that I am still learning. I like to conduct research and do my homework when starting any project. That is my first advice. Secondly identify the passion / drive that motivates you to be creative. The last one is to be consistent, treat any business that you inspired to start with top professionalism even though it may not be generating revenues…YES

9.Where are you headed?

Collaborating & Networking are important keys to any business ventures. I will keep doing exactly that until I am satisfied with my final destination. Success is a journey and you have to put in the work and time to be able to reap the benefits, and you do want those benefits to be long term! I am focusing the next 2 years on building the blog….not in quantity, but in QUALITY

10. How can people connect with you?

There are many social media outlets but I am focusing on a few  platforms for this region, which are:


Why your Goals should scare you.

“Purpose is stronger than outcome”

Who you become is more important than what you acquire, sometimes people achieve lots of things and loose their integrity.

“Why have everything in the world if it doesn’t make you a better person”


When you set a goal your conscious and subconscious mind realizes that’s not where you want to be, so you become in a state of dissatisfaction and dissatisfaction leads to pressure and pressure motivates you to take action.

With goals we create or destiny and Shape our lives, everyone has goals some people just have lousy goals-have Goals that excite and scare you at the same time  ones that make you want to jump out of bed in the mornings.


You have  to know what the reason behind your gold is!Talk to yourself “if I don’t achieve this what will it cost me? It has to cost you something – because if it doesn’t that means it’s not that important “ask yourself! Why must I achieve it?-If you don’t have a reason behind your goal then you won’t work hard at it- the “power of why is the power to achieve your dreams”.

Interview with award winning fashion/bridal designer Caroline Matthews {the luxe-collective}.

                                                             CAROLINE  MATTHEWS

 Caroline Matthews is an award winning fashion/bridal designer and Branding Coach for female entrepreneurs through The Luxe Collective. She also runs global workshops for women in business to help build their confidence, give them business strategies and help them connect and collaborate with other women in business. She has a guilty pleasure for peanut butter, loves to cook and most of all loves the woman she is.

What sparked your interest for designing and branding and how has it motivated you to make it into a career?

1- I have wanted to be a fashion designer ever since i was 4, it was either fashion or a Vet,
yes total contrast but my creative side won over and thats the path i decided to take. The Luxe Collective was started through pure passion of mine to help female creative entrepreneurs succeed in their business. For many years i struggled and was always lacking full belief in my brand and what i was doing, even winning multiple awards didn’t help at the time, but then i got myself a coach too who really started to help me see who i really was and what i wanted to create. From then onwards i work with a coach myself and i also wanted to help other women with their brand and confidence too.

What does being a branding mentor do and how do you make an impact in women’s lives?

2- Being a branding mentor for female entrepreneurs, really is all about helping women to own their brilliance, become their brand and really understand what that means. We, especially women buy with our emotions, and also through connections too so its really important to have a consistent, professional brand that not only speaks our message, our vibe and who we are but also what our business is about and most importantly what our brand speaks when we are not in the room. From learning who your ideal client is, to how your client interacts best with your social media. It’s not just about colours and fonts and i think personal branding is key to success in business.

What did you overcome to be here now?

3- When i really started this journey of fashion and branding. It was a tough time. I had broken up with my partner. I lost my job, my home and as i was living in a different country at the time. I also had to make a big transition back to the UK so it was a bit of a head wreck really. To this point i had had a successful bridal label stocked in prestigious stores all over the world and a thriving private client business.

When i landed back in the UK i realised that it was either do or die, i either gave this my all and focused 100% on it and built it into a success or i gave up and got a job. The latter as i’m sure you can imagine was not an option. So i moved back to Ireland and focused all my energy on building myself and my businesses back up from scratch. It was then i started to do live FB videos, interacting more on social media and realised that not only was i starting to build my confidence back up but i was also starting to brand myself in a way that was authentic and not fake, people loved how raw and honest i was and then this became the starting block for The Luxe Collective.

Receiving messages from women, loving my vibe, my brand and asking how they could create their own bit of magic in their brand, so i was already giving advice and working with women without actually calling myself a mentor. From this my coach at the time asked me why i was not utilising my knowledge to help other women, so thats what i did and thats how TLC started really and i love whats its changing into every day.

Do you journal?

4- I journal every morning and most evenings. I tend to journal a lot about how i am feeling, thoughts i have about my business, my life, family and friends. I think its important to use your journal as a big brain dump, mainly because it gets everything out of your head and onto paper for a start which allows your mind to be clear to focus on what you need to do. Secondly its a great way to come up with new ideas from just free writing. A good exercise to do is get a blank page and write at the top…. what do i need to know and then just let your hand do the work, don’t think about what your writing, just write, you will be amazed at what you come up with.

Where do you live and how does it influence your business?

5- I currently live in the UK so i am blessed with city living and also the countryside which i love too. I am a beach babe at heart though. I love to hear the ocean as it really inspires me. I think our surroundings play a huge part in our success, also the people we hang around with too. We should all make sure we have the right environment to inspire and motivate us and have friends and family who believe in us too on the days where we just feel like giving up.

How has your work evolved since you began your own label?

6- Working as a designer and also branding coach evolves every single day… i get to work with so many different women in their business and also as i have decided to go down a more casual luxe way with our fashion label i am being inspired by more things everyday which excites me.

What has been the most challenging time in your business?

7- The most challenging times in my business, were when i lost everything and had to start from scratch essentially again. My confidence was shattered and i also financially didn’t have the financial means to support myself whilst going through this transition so it was a tough time. Working another job which i had to get and also sometimes having such little money that i was making decisions between buying food or using the money to get me into the city so i could try and sell some wedding dresses and our fashion collection. But i wouldn’t change of this, because now i also know the value of struggle and no matter what struggle someone has, their is always a silver lining to it, you either learn something from it, or you become a better person, or an opportunity comes from it.

What advice would you give to a young upcoming designer or woman in general who is passionate about starting their own business?

8- Becoming an entrepreneur is not easy. It takes a certain person and a certain mindset to do it. being committed to it and what you are doing and why you are doing it everyday is hugely important in you succeeding or not. Having a passion is key. If i could say one thing. You have to have unwavering self belief and faith in what you do, so much so that it will carry you through the rough times because there will be rough times too. Never give up. If you want it bad enough, it feels right, you know that you were born to do it, then JUST DO IT. The universe has a habit of helping you when you are clear and focused on your direction.

What’s one motto you live by?

9- Be Unapologetically you! I am sure you have seen our posts about this. We even have branded Luxe tees and sweatshirts with this on to remind women to be themselves. Love themselves unconditionally. Believe in themselves that they are able to create their own success on their own terms and create a business and brand that reflects that. As soon as i started to make this an active part of my day my mindset changed, how i acted changed and my businesses changed too…

What services do you offer and how could we connect with you?

10- As a branding coach. I currently have 2 awesome programmes that we have developed. The first is our 4wk Branding Mindblow programme which helps women to get clear on their message, what they want to create in their brand and help them to make a consistent brand through not only their website but also their social media too. Our other programme is a 8 week 1:1 programme which not only helps women to become who they really are deep down but also gives them the strategies to build the business of their dreams so they love what they do everyday.

We are also running our first Luxe Hideaway this Sept 9th in San Diego. We are collaborating with some fabulous women to bring you a full day and evening of fashion, business strategies, mindset work, energy work and personal branding. If you want to find out more here is the link:

Here are the links to all our businesses too: – website – Coaching packages – Come and join our free Facebook group – our bridal business

Your Beliefs create your reality.

Many of us have beliefs that limit our success-wether they are beliefs about our own capability beliefs about what it takes to succeed or beliefs about how we should relate to people.

You can identify those beliefs that are limiting you and then replace it with positive ones to support your success.

Your subconscious mind does not argue with you, it accepts what your conscious mind tells it.




You are worthy of love; the two main pillows of high self esteem is belief – believing that you are capable of handling anything that life throws at you means that you are no longer afraid.

Believing that you are worthy of love means that you believe you are worthy to be treated well,respected and cherished.

Most of what happens in our lives is not our fault it’s what we do with it after that determines.

“All break through starts with a belief You get freedom when you face your fears.”

Identify where you live emotionally is it anger, resentment, fear, worry?

There is an antidote called “courage”- having courage doesn’t mean that you’re not afraid, you just have to change the pattern.

Then you have to practice that emotion that can change the  experience,break the habit, control your mental focus -what we focus on consistently we attract.

Girl boss interview with photographer Alyssa zuiderveen


Today on the blog we are featuring an awesome girl boss lifestyle photographer Alyssa Zuiderveen.

Alyssa picked up her first camera at 8yrs old she then became obsessed with photography she loves traveling and advised us that we should remain humble and take advice from others that have been in business longer “great advice”Alyssa


1. When and why did you become interested in photography? 

My parents are both fine art painters, so growing up, we visited a lot of art museums and galleries because that was their craft and passion. Around age 10 I realized that whenever I was around different art mediums, I was drawn to the photography in the room. I was the one in the family who would be begging to leave the renaissance paintings to find the Andy Warhol exhibit. I loved his bright colors and abstract take on classic photography, and learning about his art spiraled into wanting to devour knowledge on different types of photography.

2. What type of photography do you do ?

I love people, and have always loved working jobs that allowed me to interact with and get to know new people. Lifestyle photography is a relatively new trend, and it’s my absolute favorite subject to shoot. It is an honor and a joy for me to capture a real, raw moment of someone’s life and give them the memory to keep forever. I also do a bit of travel photography, and would love to expand on that.

3. Where did your creative spark begin ?

I was eight years old when my parents gave me my first little film camera, and I became obsessed with documenting every bit of my life. I remember setting a “studio” up in my bedroom with a bedsheet hanging as a backdrop, and our poor pet dachshund was my model; I dressed him up in baby doll dresses. I’m sorry Max. In highschool, I took film photography and darkroom classes at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Learning how to wield a 35mm camera and manipulate my images myself lit a passion in me that I knew I wanted to pursue as far as I could take it.

4. What inspires your creativity ?

My best ideas come to me when I’m exploring a new area. I love to travel, and taking in the colors and tastes of someplace new just opens my mind to all kinds of untapped possibilities.

5. Where do you live and how does it influence you? 

I live in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where everywhere you turn there is an amazing independant coffee shop, craft brewery, or artsy boutique, and they just thrive here because our local culture is so supportive of small business. I have found that towns that appreciate local business, generally appreciate art as well. Grand Rapids hosts one of the most respected international art competitions in the world, Art Prize, and thanks to the artists who paint amazing murals around town as part of that, I have endless options for vibrant photography settings. This city has my heart.

6. What did you overcome to be here now? 

I did photo journalism in college, and was lucky enough to have a really nice Dslr to use thanks to the college newspaper I worked for; after graduation, no more camera. I never wanted to set this passion aside, but when you’re young and freshly educated, society expects so much of you and your ability to be a realist. I started taking jobs for the sake of paying bills, and drifted further and further away from creative work because cameras are expensive, and I bought into the “practicality” pitfall of adulthood. It has taken me seven years, and so many frustrating jobs to get to the point of throwing in the hat on practicality and going for the dreams. I might not have taken the leap were it not for the support and encouragement of my amazing husband, whose only input when I was asking him if it was crazy for me to throw our hard-worked for income into something that had no guarantee of panning out was, “I believe in you.”

7. Do you keep a journal ?

Nope! I would love to be the journaling type, but I’m a verbal processor. My husband is my sounding board, and he hears all the crazy ideas, dreams, and self-doubts, and he helps me sort through the thought to gain clarity.

8. What type of equipment do you use ?

I use a Canon EOS 50D with a “nifty fifty,” AKA 50 mm fixed Canon lens. It’s an older model without as many bells and whistles as newer gear, but it’s a powerful little machine and I adore it. I was insanely blessed by a dear friend and fellow photographer who sold me the camera body for an awesome price and advised me on the best lens to grab to get the ball rolling.

9. What have you learned so far about business that you can share with others ?

Do not wait. If you have an impractical dream, GO FOR IT NOW. There is never going to be a “good time,” and you will always find reasons to put off taking the leap, but you can’t know how great it can be without actually trying. You’ve read my story, now know that in the first month of announcing my photography business (without even having a website up and running) I booked a month’s worth of clients. I’m still learning and have plenty of growing to do as an artist, but I’ve already had more success than I could’ve dreamed would happen so quickly. 

Also, be humble and ask for advice from those who have been in this longer than you. I thought I had to wait till I could afford a $3,000 camera, but one of the best photographers in my area told me to keep it simple and get going, which is why I’m where I am right now with it.

10. Where do you see yourself three years from now in your business? 

I see myself photographing lifestyle sessions for families and traveling often to photograph unique locations for my travel blog. Succeeding enough in this industry to work my business full-time from home (I currently part-time nanny on the side), set my own schedule, and encourage others to succeed in the same way.

11. What was the most exciting moment in your business journey ?

About a week ago when I had three photo shoot inquiries within 24 hours, only a month in to announcing my photography business! It was an incredible affirmation that I have chosen the right path, and encouragement to keep going.

12. How can people connect with you?

Find my portfolio and blog at




Interview with graphic designer Lindsey Aleson.

                                                       Graphic Designer-Lindsey Aleson

Lindsey Aleson is a California based Graphic designer,who at 12 yrs old experienced her first defining moment with designing.

After working a 9-to-5 and still not fulfilled,Aleson broke into the designing world full-time by quitting her day job built her brand around her experiences to become an entrepreneur, we asked Lindsey a few  questions and this is what she shared with us about herself and her successful business.

Where did your creative spark begin – can you trace the path/timeline that got you to where you are today?

1. I am not sure the exact moment my creative spark began. But a defining moment for me was my 11th birthday. My grandpa surprised me with computer parts laid out on the pool table. We spent the weekend building my first computer. Soon after that, I discovered the drag and drop doll websites (they were so popular back then). I decided I wanted to create my own! So I was that 12 year with her own domain name and a doll website created using Notepad! I loved designing and coding the sites. I am not sure if that it where it all began, but it was a truly defining moment for me.

What inspires your creativity?

2. I find inspiration pretty much every where. I am an introvert so I usually stand back and observe. My mind is always turning. I get so many ideas that I have to keep them in Asana so I don’t forget them! I’ve watched an episode of The Office and got inspired for a post. I see colorful flowers and get inspired for a new color palatte!

Where do you live and how does it influence you?

3. I live in Orange County, California. That means I experience a lot of beautiful sunny days and get to cruise along the coast line when I just need to unwind. I also frequently visit Disneyland when I need to take a break from work. I always come back so inspired and motivated, even after a long busy day at the parks.

How have you grown your business from an idea to where it is now?

4. I have wanted to be an online business owner for years now! Like ever since I started my first blog back in 2010. But I never took it seriously or really had a plan. I continued to learn though over the past 7 1/2 years. And in June 2016 I decided that I was done wasting time and half-assing it and just went for it! I learned how to create my own child theme, create a brand, utilize social media, and so much more. I have learned more through self study than I ever did in school on the subject.

What to do you create with and why?

5. As a graphic designer, my favorite tools are Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator (though this is a new one for me). Photoshop for social media graphics and templates. InDesign for ebooks and workbooks (one of my ABSOLUTE favorite things to design). And Illustrator for logos. I even had the opportunity to draw a cute little cast iron pan for a logo. Having the right tools make designing easier and help me give quality designs to my amazing clients.

Do you keep a journal or sketchbook? Can you show me your workspace or a part of your process?

6. I don’t keep a journal right now, but it is something I want to add to my daily schedule! I think it is a great way to track my progress both in business and personally.

What did you overcome to be here now?

7. I had to overcome a lot of fear. I have a fear of other people thinking I am weird or that I don’t know my stuff. It is something I am still working on! But I have made huge waves. I started a Facebook group called The Lovely Entrepreneur Society where I go live. And I have been more open in others Facebook groups as well.I also had to overcome my fear of failure. At my last job, things weren’t going great. We had merged, and the feeling of the new company just wasn’t a right fit for me. It was stressful and just not enjoyable. Plus I wasn’t doing anything creative, even though I was a Marketing Coordinator. So on February 28, 2017, I literally walked out. I went in that morning, tidied up loose ends and left. It is a longer story on why I left that way but it was just something that I needed to do. And I must say it was the best decision. I do miss some of my old collegues but it was something I had to do for myself.  

What have you learned so far about business/creativity that you can share with others?

8. Growing a business takes time. Even those so called overnight successes aren’t actually an overnight success. You just didn’t see all the blood, sweat and tears that went into it. What you see other people doing is just the tip of the iceberg. It goes way deeper into their strategy. That is why simply copying what someone else is doing won’t necessarily work for you. Plus I am sure you are talented enough to put your own unique spin on it!

Where are you headed?

9. I am heading in the online product direction. I love my graphic design clients and helping them translate their brand into useable marketing pieces. But I can only help so many people. I also love to teach. So by creating ebooks, guides and courses I will be able to help more people. But don’t worry my design services aren’t going away anytime soon. I feel it is always something I will offer.

How can people connect with you?

10. You can find me:

Website: Blog Me Lovely |

Facebook Group: The Lovely Entrepreneur Society |

Facebook Page:




Feel free to comment,share,follow and connect with Lindsey!

Look for joy in simple things..

What is happiness:

IF WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPINESS IS-we must seek it, not as if it were a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, but among humans who are living richly and fully the good life.

If you observe a really happy man, you will find him building a boat, writing, educating-his children , growing flowers in his garden.

He will not be searching for happiness….he would have become aware that he is happy in the course of living { 24 hr} in the day.

Happiness cannot come from without- it must come from within, it’s not what we see and touch or that which others do for us make us happy; it is that which we think and feel and do, first for others and then for ourselves.

Happiness is like a butterfly, which when pursued is always just beyond your grasp but which, if you sit down quietly may light upon you.

Look for joy in simple things:

When you arise in the morning, think of what a privilege it is to be alive – to breathe to think to enjoy to love.

Live life to the fullest, and make each day count, don’t let the important things go unsaid, have simple pleasures in this world be a joyous spirit, don’t just have minutes in the day ; have moments in time.

                       Cathlee xo


Recognizing your life’s purpose.

 Each of us is born with a life purpose. Acknowledging and identifying this purpose is an  important action you have to take. You have to take time understand what you’re here to do –And pursue this with passion. 

What were you put on earth to do? 

Finding your purpose can bring an aspect of fulfillment to everything you do, without a purpose in life it is easy to get set back in your life’s journey.

When you are in alignment with your purpose you become beneficial in other peoples life by serving yourself and others

 Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and know that everything in life has a purpose.          

“Over a period of time I have discovered my life’s purpose and that is to empower and inspire others to live The life of their dreams and to have fun doing it “.  

Decide upon your major definite purpose in life and then organize all your activities around it.Once you know your purpose everything should be an expression of it.

     Reasons behind everything you do

Without your purpose to guide you, your goals and plans will not fulfill you,your inner guidance prompts you when you are off your purpose because of the joy you are experiencing.

When you are experiencing joy this means that you are in alignment with your purpose.

   Staying  in alignment

Once you have determined your purpose write it down and read it every day, keep this very close to you as it is a reminder-to do this will keep you focused,as you define your visions and goals make sure they will serve and fulfill your purpose. 

Decide what it is you want 

After you have decided why you are here, decide then what it is you want. What do you want to accomplish? What do you want to experience? And what you would like to acquire .You have to decide where you want to be, in other words what does success means to you? It all comes down to question yourself,One of the main reasons why people don’t get what they want is because they haven’t  decided what it is they want, they haven’t defined their desires clearly and detailed.

As humans we all have inside of us what we were ment to become, A baby knows exactly what he or she wants, they know when they are hungry, to be fed or to when they are needed to be changed.

But sometimes during our childhood our parents, teachers, role models and other adults buried our response somewhere along the way someone said;

Don’t touch that! You really don’t feel that way, you should be ashamed of yourself, stop crying.

As we grow older you heard, you can’t have everything you want simply  because you want it.Edit

We eventually lose touch with ourselves and what we really desire, we begin to live someone else’s -dream we do what others want us to do and  not what we want for ourselves because we want to please them. We become a doctor when we really wanted to be a lawyer, to please our parents. We then become numb to our own desires, It’s time to receive what you truly want and desire, reconnect with your passion other words stop settling for less.

In another post to come I will explain to you how to reconnect with your inner- most being.

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