Hey Claire, i was just wondering where you were when you were 20years old. I am at that age and i am nowhere near the person i want to be later in life. I have no clue how to start and just feel lost and stuck in my life. Any advice?
I’m about to turn 30 and I’m still not sure of where I want to be later in life. There’s no deadline. Live life everyday to the best of your ability and be the best you that you can. Over time you will find what makes you happy and what you’re passionate about. Then once you have, do it every day.
I know I don’t speak about this topic often, maybe I should. Maybe if I spoke about it more, those of us who are going through the same thing could share our experiences and I would feel less alone in these feelings. Honestly I don’t bring it up because it can be such a downer and if I allow myself to speak about it, or even think about it…I think that I will cry and that in itself will slow me down.
Let me first say that my Mom is alive. Maybe the title threw you off but let me explain. For those of you who may not know this about me, my Mom has always been my rock and the reason why I’ve come this far in my life. I owe her everything. She was always strong, independent, didn’t take shit from anyone and raised me to be the same way (which I’m forever thankful for). Next year I’ll be turning 30 and I’ve started to realize how much I am in fact, my mother’s daughter.
My Mom also happened to be diagnosed with dementia 2 years ago.
I wanted to create a unique light installation to go over my (future) kitchen/dining table and I found some inspiration over on Pinterest. With the help of my friend Nathan, we made my vision come to life!
PS. As people love to point out - I know I forgot the ‘S’ in Inspiration. Proof that even when you spend countless hours on rewatching and editing, you don’t always get it right haha