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Have you given up on your dreams? Do you even remember what you used to dream of pursuing and accomplishing in life?
If I try to think of what my “dreams” are right now, I can’t. I’m literally so swamped with the responsibilities of my daily life as a single mother with two daughters, that it doesn’t seem like there’s room for any “dreams”.
Apparently, I’m not alone. Watch this video to see what I mean…
I love how these children inspired adults to remember what it was like to dream again.
The video captured several interviews during the “Dream Again” events that were hosted globally by luxury skincare brand SK-II.
Like the women shown, it seems many of us have left our ability to dream behind. According to the first Global Dreams Index Survey*, “half the world’s female population has given up on dreams and is not satisfied with their current lives.”
Personally, I recognize how incredibly blessed I am to be able to work at home as a blogger and have two beautiful children. My life is unique and I am so very thankful for my blogging business.
But even so, I must remember to not get lost in my responsibilities as a mother and provider. We all still need to keep dreaming of the future and what we want to experience and give back to the world.
I hope as you watch the video, you let the sweet voices of the children, the sparkle in their eyes and their joy of life inspire you to keep dreaming.
We all have so much to learn from children and from child-like dreams.
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Written by Susan Carraretto, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom
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*The Global Dreams Index Survey was conducted online by Procter & Gamble in May 2016 among 5,484 women ages 18 years of age or older in 14 countries spanning 6 continents.
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