Artist & film publicist. I enjoy being more than one 'defined' thing at a time. I publicise projects I believe in & make beautiful things big & small.
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Catching the Big Fish/Building the Big Dream
Life is indeed a great, big adventure and you do get to an age or point in your life when you go, "Hey, how did those years pass so quickly?" "I always wanted to do _____ with my life," or "I always said that by age __ I would do ____." Etc. etc. And if you're like me, you wake up one morning and suddenly those years passed like mist and right now is the time you were always waiting for.
We've all seen and read about the wonderful stories of our soul sisters who in their 40's (or so) took brave leaps of faith and forged out into the world to see, do, eat, meditate, climb mountains, confront their fears, swim with dolphins or sharks, paint, write the great American (or other) novel or restore an old farmhouse in Tuscany or the South of France...but with the assistance and comfort of a healthy bank account.
Now, if you've been so blessed to have come from money or to have had a successful career that paid you what you were worth or to have had mentors to guide you or family or partners to support you - then that's a beautiful thing. It's no wonder that such women have gone out into the world and had great adventures and found new and deeper aspects of themselves. I don't deny them that and mean no disrespect.
But what if that hasn't been your journey so far? What if you've worked very hard for everything you've ever had? What if you made your own way and didn't necessarily have champions to raise you up but had only yourself to keep your dreams afloat? How do you live the big life, build your big dreams, be your most authentic self no matter who you are, what you have, where you're from or what your age or occupation is?
It's rare that we hear about your everyday, average person finding a way to make their big dreams come true. It's easy to travel the world in search of yourself when you don't have to worry about how to fund your trip or pay your bills at home. If you do have those real-life responsibilities, how do you live the fullest life possible - according to what fills your heart and soul?
I don't think it's ever too late to live the life of your dreams. That's what I intend to do - and I'd like to share my journey with you so you can be inspired to do it too. Whatever your big dream is, wherever you want to go, whatever you want to do. What on earth are we waiting for?