I’m a day behind in blogging from A to Z, but that’s no reason to quit, right?
When I was a kid I had the most vivid dreams. I was often caught daydreaming and acting out my dreams. Most often my dreams were filled with wonder, anticipation and hope. Anything was possible and it was exciting to imagine the possibilities.
Somewhere along the way, I began to squash my dreams. Hoping for dreams to come true is just another chance to be disappointed. But what would happen if we allow our inner child to start dreaming again?
When I am working with someone who is newly setting some health/fitness goals, one of the first questions I ask is, “What are your dream goals? As in, in my wildest dreams, I would be ecstatic if …” It is amazing to hear the answers. When you can truly answer that question, it’s a spark that lights you up from inside and propels you forward.
One of my dreams, is to be someone who make a difference in the world. Like really bring change. A big way that I plan to do this, is by supporting people in there health/fitness journey. Just this morning I woke up to this message on Facebook:
Carrie, I am so excited!! I am about to be in the 100s!!! Woot woot! You will be the first to know!! So darn excited!!
Talk about inspirational!
Tell me about your dreams. What is that thing that consumes your thoughts?
P.S. Email me if you want to set up some health/fitness goals … it’s what I live for!