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Are you living your dreams?



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Are you living your dreams?

Are you doing what you really want with your life? Or, are you still working toward the dream life?

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Beverly

I've only ever wanted to be two things; a mom and writer. And, now I'm both. So I'm very happy with my dream life. I'm writing a Kindle book now. Can't wait till it's finished so I can publish.




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angie828

Yes I am. I am very content with my life. If I had more money that would be great but I am making it work with what I have.




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forever love

I'm taking college courses now and it was always my dream to have a degree, so this is living my dream.




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angie828

I'm taking college courses now and it was always my dream to have a degree, so this is living my dream.
That is great Tabitha. Getting a degree will only make your life better Are you living your dreams?




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Beverly

Yes I am. I am very content with my life. If I had more money that would be great but I am making it work with what I have.


Living on a budget is a way of life, ever since my daughter was born. Before she was born, I had extravagant expenses. But now, I'm just as happy giving her things and seeing her happy than having many things for myself. So long as she is healthy and happy and smiling, my world is complete. Are you living your dreams?




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Unboxed

Working towards it! ;)




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Niyantha

I haven't accomplished "everything" but I just got done with graduation and I'm ready than ever before to work extremely hard to reach my goals and make my dreams come true, slowly, but definitely. Are you living your dreams?




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joegirl

Not yet. But my dream life is so near and within reach. Although I am happy with where I am right now, I believe I am making progress. There is still a grander picture ahead, a goal, a picture I have always had since age 15.




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Corzhens

Maybe I can say that I already have achieved my dream even before I reached 50. Having a stable job gives me peace of mind and top that with a nice and loving family, I am fulfilled. And although I'm still working since I am not retired yet, the pressure and tension at work are equated by the blessings that I have. I probably don't have anything to ask for anymore.




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DenisP

I guess if I'm being honest, I could say that I'm not exactly living my dreams yet, and am still working towards them. The truth is that I actually don't have dreams or goals in the sense that most people do. Usually, people know what career they want to pursue, what things they want to buy, and who they want to be with. I was never so specific when it came to my dreams. All I ever knew is that I want to be happy and at peace with myself, and would be willing to do anything to get there. I've never cared much for making a career for myself, I just found out what I was good at doing and did that.




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overcast

I am deep down in debt. And also the time is running out. So I am definitely not living the dreams. In fact I am wasting time and I should be earning more. This way I can get out of the debt. And I can manage to get the dreams properly setup. In that context you can see that living the dreams would be lot different for me. I guess in some cases I'd say you can see living life would be easier but not always possible.




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Barida

My dream has always been to help the needy in the society achieve their aims and aspirations in life. I have not made the needed money to start off, but it is something I am planning to begin soon.




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Corzhens

You remind me of a philanthropist who was poor before. He tried to get rich by legal means. He studied while working and at 30 years old he began to reap the fruits of his labor. And when he was already wealthy, he started his civic works for the benefit of mankind. Bill Gates is also in that direction. Now he is focused on his foundations particularly in the research for cancer cure.




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Caguioa747

No. I want to drop my past, change my name, and start a new life. I'm exhausted with all the people who keep saying that everything I do is wrong. Maybe I can do something right for once by moving on.




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