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Hi Guys,

Today I'm going to be making a more personal post about my own life. I'm going to be sharing with you my goals and aspirations for the near-and not so near!- future. 

There are a lot of pressure on this generation because we will be 'inheriting the world'. That inheritance reflects us so I want to make an impact; one of my biggest fears is being forgotten. I hate to think that when I'm no longer here I won't have made an impression. Most people believe that to have a legacy you need to have your name in lights: be the Prime Minister, invent something phenomenal, star in an award wining film. I do not believe this is true. One of my goals is to help people- no matter who they are. I don't care if I never become famous: if I make a difference to one person ( even you, by writing this blog!) I will have achieved it.

Later in the future, I would like to go to university. Who knows what course I will study!I really enjoy drama and I take singing and dance lessons. This would lead to a career in musical theatre, but is that a viable option? There is so much negative stigma surrounding different paths that sometimes I feel there is too much pressure to do the right thing. People think that a career in the performing arts is just a dream... it will never be more than a dream if you don't follow it! You could chase it all the way to Broadway but would finding an am dram theatre really be that bad? 

I don't think that pursuing a career in the arts is really for me, though. My ultimate dream is to be a journalist. I would preferably be a fashion editor for a big magazine like Cosmopolitan or Vogue. That is a huge ambition. I know that it will take a lot of determination and I am willing to give that. Although, people in the fashion world are hugely criticised. I currently run this blog which never receives any hate comments (and I hope never will). 

To anyone who is out there too afraid to do what you love you, can do it! In this world everyone is busy watching themselves so you have to make them look at you! You are the only person who can achieve your dreams and you should truly believe you can.

I hope this has influenced you to go for it! Have a wonderful day!

Thank you for Reading


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