My greatest fear is that I will live a life of necessity and not one filled with happiness.
When we are young, we are told we can do anything we set our minds to. However, that’s not always the case as some people just have rotten luck. Not saying that is the case with me as I’ve been lucky to find my way in life quite easily. I still don’t know what I truly want to end up doing, but I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to try out whatever tickled my fancy at the time. When it stopped being enjoyable, I just moved on. I do get a lot of pressure from the older generations (my parents) to go back to finance and have a real career. But I don’t understand what constitutes a a real career? Do we go by the standards set by my parents’ generation or the ever evolving standards of my generation?
I want to follow my passions, have adventures, and be able to pay my bills all at the same time. If I can find a way to do that, then wouldn’t that be an achievement in itself?