I’m writing this post because I’ve heard alot of people struggling trying to find their path in the world. This is me exposing a part of myself in hope of maybe helping someone else.
Everyone has different hopes and dreams and figuring mine out is the hardest thing I’ve ever done and I’m 22 years old and don’t know if I’ve found it yet. I’m in uni and I don’t like it, not one bit. It’s like something screams at me that this is wrong and I don’t think it’s university that’s wrong I just think I’m doing the wrong thing.
When we are young we are being rushed and stressed in figuring out your path in life but instead of rushing let people slowly find their thing and encourage it.
I dream of a life where I’m happy. I’m dreaming of children and a man that I love and that loves me more than anything. I dream of turning writing into a job. I dream if be able to put my imagination on paper. I write everyday and I’m gradually becoming better. Writing this blog has increased my abilities and I’m practising everyday. My dream is to live in a cosy house in Scotland and have that smile on my face everyday
I’ve always had a dream to live in Scotland, or the UK, I’m not that picky. But ever since I visited Scotland and saw the beauty it has been my favourite place in the world. It might not be as amazing as I imagine but atleast I would know that I tried. You can’t even imagine how good I feel when I’m watching Outlander, I know it’s fictions and not real at all but it just give me a sense of beloning and that is what I want. I want to belong somewhere.
Society push us into things we are “supposed” to do. It doesn’t push us into things we are passionate about, to do those things you have to step away from that path. You have to reach outside your comfort zone and walk down a path that is going to be scary but it’s going to make sense in the end. Be happy and do things that makes you happy because that is what I’m going to try to do.