There’s something to be said about following your dreams…
I’ve always been a dreamer, always been a little ‘out there’. Someone with big ideas who looked at the world like I could go anywhere, achieve anything. To the moon Alice! The moon isn’t as far away as it used to be and it’s easier to get there if you know how.
Today I had a dream. A small dream to some, but to me it was one I had been dreaming about for a long time. It was important to me. The small dream is part of a bigger dream. It’s all the small dreams along the way that helped the big dream come true. My dream was to have an English meat pie. It was part of the bigger dream of going to England that I have had since I was a teenager.
That’s the thing, you have to dream a little dream, and set goals, and work at them every singe day. Your thoughts become things and the more positive thoughts you throw at those things, the more real the dream becomes.
Then, one day you’re sitting on a king size bed, draped in a white fluffy, hotel robe, in your deluxe suite at Le Meridian Picadilly in London, England, FINALLY eating that god damn English meat pie you have SO been dreaming about. It’s that very moment you smile and think, I can do this. I can do anything.
This dream may look like a meatpie but it’s more than that!
Hard work and believing in yourself can make dreams come true.
I feel incredibly blessed to be to this trip. Tomorrow is an exciting day full of press things, shopping and an event at the tallest building in the EU that isn’t even open to the public (for two months!). Massive thank you to Thomas Sabo and the ladies of Faulhaber Communications for having me as a Canadian ambassador and inviting me to be part of this adventure.