When I was a little girl, I dreamed of being a Princess in a fancy castle where Prince Charming would come and rescue me(yuck). As I got a little older, I dreamt of one day becoming a vet so that I could save all the animals! In a way, both of those dreams came true, just not exactly how I first pictured they would! No, I’m not a vet, but I really believe that I’m doing my part in saving the animals by living a vegan lifestyle! No, I didn’t throw my hair our of a tower window and have a strange man climb up it to “rescue” me, but I have found an incredible young man who makes every single day of my life that extra bit magical.
“Dreams are necessary to life” *img source
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again(puts BMTH on Spotify), but I am a dreamer. I’m pretty sure it says, or used to say so, in my twitter bio so I ain’t kidding. I like to think of my dreams as goals, only a little more amplified, you know?
As an adult, I’ve fathomed up dreams. Dreams, hopes, wishes, goals, whatever word you want to use to describe them, they’re all pretty much the same thing. I think it’s healthy to have dreams. Something to work towards or even just to look towards. Currently, I’m a bit addicted to Pinterest and pinning things for my dream family home. In my head, I know exactly what it looks like and where all of our belongings go. Hopefully, in a few years, we’ll be able to buy our first family home and I’ll be able to start creating our(let’s face it)my dream home.
Without having dreams, I honestly think that, I personally, would struggle. Dreams give me something to look forward to, which is especially nice/useful when I’m having a bit of a low period. I like to think that I’m living a little bit of a dream with my blog. It’s my little expressive outlet that I absolutely adore, but I also have so, so many hopes and dreams for my little corner of the internet in the near future. What do you think about having dreams? Do you think they’re as important as I do?