Life is Now, So Don’t Dwell on the Future

Recently my life has been kind of crazy. You know how when you start a new grade and the teachers give you an assignment to write about a few of your likes or dislikes, your name and age, and lastly, what you want to be in the future? Well even though we’re sort of home schooled, we got that too. But a problem has risen. Ever since then, I’ve been questioning what I want to do, who I want to be. Most teens problems with this is that they can’t find anything they want to be. Well, with me, my problem was that I had too many things I wanted to be. I wanted to be an Author which actually, that got started a while back when I started hanging around my Author friend, Deanna Leah, who actually recently published her first book. I also wanted to be a designer. Ever since I can remember I’ve been super talented and making things out of nothing, and a few months ago I made a cute top and my mom went crazy, she went on about how it was so cool that I didn’t have to use a pattern and that it came out so good. But on the other hand, I wanted to work at Disneyland. I mean I guess, who wouldn’t? You get to dress up like a character and walk around in the happiest place on earth. I’ve been to Disneyland so many times I can’t even count! And lastly, I wanted to be a preacher. I’ve always loved giving healthy advise (hence this blog), and the thought of being at the one place I love most just made it worth wild. But I found some flaws (of course there always is one). If I were to pursue becoming an author, I’m not 100% sure, I’d always want to be that. If I were to become a designer, I’m afraid I’ll fail and have to go back to the beginning, plus I wouldn’t be doing what I truly love. If I were to work at Disneyland, I’d have to leave home, which I hate the thought of, and there’s the fact you have to stand in the sun for the most part. With becoming a preacher, there’i the fact of a small salary, which would mean my husband (whoever and if I ever end up marrying to) would probably have to work as well, which leads to, if there are any children in the picture, they’ll feel neglected and unwanted because both parents work all the time.

Now. You kinda get my dilemma. But recently I’ve learned that if you spend too much time, dwelling on the future, you’ll miss whats happening right now. So my point for you today is, don’t dwell on the future, instead keep your eyes focused on the world around you and let the future come when it needs to. Thanks for reading! I hope you liked it! Don’t forget to follow my blog and look at some of my previous blogs for more great tips, with a story to go along with it.


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