There Is More Than One Perspective Of Life

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First off I would like to say that I am so happy to be back blogging again! Within the past 2 years, I have experienced two long hiatuses (blogging wise). There is no one to blame except myself for the latter. I chased a dream of moving back to Colorado and it was not as easy as I thought it would be. I didn’t think it would take this long to get back on a balanced level, nonetheless, I got it done!

I wouldn’t change anything that has happened during my struggle times. I have always thrived being under tremendous pressure in life. I love being able to push myself beyond my current limits. For me personally, it is a need to never stay at the same level for too long. I get bored, I get curious about how much farther I can go. While many say life is too short to focus on too many things, I want to do everything that I have on my mind.

It would have been nice to have someone on my side to completely understand my perspective, yet that is just a dream thought. Out of the thousands of friends that I know around the world and my own family, I have yet to see anyone take being a chef, photographer, and journalist serious together. Individually (career wise) I definitely have the best friends/mentors anyone can ask for.

One thing that has always irritated me is when people think they have the successful blueprint to my life. Have you ever had someone who has never experienced the things that you have try to give you advice as a “know-it-all” perspective? If I lived my life the exact same way others said I should, I would not have experienced an of the positive unforgettable moments in my life.

One of my favorite streamers just went through a really bad weekend visiting her family for a family event. It was heart wrenching just to read what she went through. I couldn’t even imagine how she really felt during that entire weekend. To basically have a family, the people that are supposed to love you unconditionally not accept how you are hurts.

Never let anyone (family or friends) force you into living your life the way they want you to live it. Giving advice is one thing, that does not mean you have to live by it word for word. Take what you like and take what you don’t like. Whatever is best for your life is completely up to you.