Do What You Love, Love What You Do❤️
Sounds easy, huh!
You should absolutely do what you love and love what you do. Dreambuilding was founded on the principles of being in love (with self) & doing whatever you want! What does love look like to you? Does it require you transitioning your current job into your dream career? Or maybe simply trying new things! How often are you investing in your life experiences?
Let me recount the many phases of exploration I've gone through. There was the time I took a ballet class. Epic fail! I discovered that these two left feet are better planted on the ground. Then there was the time that I was super inspired by my loft to get into painting. Not so much of a fail, just very therapeutic & messy. There was also the time when I got into vinyl heavy and would plan my Saturdays to shop for old records at farmers markets. I wanted to create a vibe. There was also the time when chemistry intrigued me. I just wanted to mix things and create things so I would mix new drink recipes, create lip scrubs and bath bombs. I'm saying all of this because I have devoted my life to simply trying new things. Some of them stick, some not so much. It's not as hard as it sounds. All you have to do is try one thing that makes you happy.
Do what you want, go where you want, do what you love and most importantly, enjoy it all.
Understand your values. What would make your life rich and full and joyful. I value experiences. Others value material things that bring them joy.
Start exactly where you are with what you have. Make a commitment to yourself to do something you are interested in exploring.
Start a collection, take up a new hobby, be unique, do cool shit! I enjoy cooking, collecting makeup (love), DIY'ing everything, being immersed in nature & of course animals. My newest interest is cake decorating. I'm going to try it. It may be a fail or I might be next in the game but no matter what, I won't know if I don't try. Who is down to try it with me? Don't all speak at once. Let's bring the love back into our lives and into our dreams.
Until next time,
Peace & Sweet Dreaming,
Kiylise Crutchfield, Chief Dream Engineer