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You're NEVER "to Young" to Start Living Out Your Dreams and Accomplishing Your Goals

Yesterday the girls and I spent our beautiful Sunday relaxing by the pool. I was wearing my Cleveland Indians hat which sparked up a conversation with a couple other residents wondering if I was from Ohio. This conversation then transitioned into me explaining my MLB bucket list. I was shocked when the older couple I was talking to said I was to young to have a bucket list. It always surprises me how many people live their lives thinking they'll have time to do all the things they've always wanted to do. The truth is, none of us are guaranteed tomorrow. Unfortunately, I found this truth out the hard way and every day I am reminded how important it is to live in the moment. Most people at the end of their life will tell you that their biggest regrets are the things they didn't do. They regret the chances they didn't take, the trip they didn't go on, the person they let get away, the bucket list they never finished, the money they didn't spend, etc. I guess my point in writing this post is to try and inspire you to not wait for life to send you a brutal reminder of how short it really is, but to every day make decisions as if your life could end tomorrow. You're NEVER "to young" to start living out your dreams and accomplishing your goals. If we all had that mindset we would be missing out on all of the beautiful things this life has to offer. Love you guys, happy Monday!

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