I've been thinking about it, and there are so many things I want to accomplish in life, but I have no idea when I’ll actually do them. I don't want to sound cynical, but the list is so long, that it is starting to look impossible to achieve (I know, depressing). I'm adding something to my bucket list almost every single day. I write them on my list without questioning if I have the capacities: whether it's a talent, time, money, or resources to do so.

So I've been looking for solutions, and I'm sure this is something that we can all apply to our life. Because surely, I'm not the only one feeling this way right? We all say yes to so many projects or we dream too much (if this is even possible). So here’s how I’ve been mapping this in my mind…

What I think would be the right thing to do first would be to make a priority list. Have you thought about that? It sounds obvious but I haven’t thought about that before today. And then, I think the right thing to do next would be to determine what you need to make this dream possible. If it’s writing a book, you could start brainstorming or make a literary plan. If it’s buying a house, then you might want to look at ways you could save money, or what the definition of your dream house is. The next step would be to determine deadlines. Not just a big one, but little objectives you want to achieve along the way. And after, you should start putting all your efforts and love into it, because if it’s a dream you have, it should all come naturally.

I hope this post inspired you to think about how you want to make your dreams happen. It surely helped me think about what I’m going to do next. In the meantime, here are a few photos I took this week. And because one of my objectives in life is to do things that I love, I’m going to continue to post outfit pictures and write spirited posts like this one from time to time. Love. S. 

Skirt: H&M / Vest: Zara / Top: Aritzia / Shoes: Aldo / Bag: Coach