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200 Words (or so) Guest Post “Dreams” by Stephanie Vichinsky

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This wonderful post inspires us to keep striving toward the goals we dream about, and reminds us WE CAN DO IT.

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Everyone hopes. Everyone wishes. Everyone dreams of something better. It’s human nature to fight for the best version of yourself–for your children, for your spouses, for your mothers and fathers and friends, but no one tells you what it takes to be the best for YOU.
Dreams keep you awake at night. They haunt you. They break you whenever you think you’re strong enough to continue alone. They dish out highs and lows, and you have no control because you’re determined to follow wherever they lead. They smother your life in obstacles, and through it all, you have to learn that YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH.
Dreams are your greatest adversary. They’re smarter, faster, and disappear as quickly as they materialize. You have to have the courage to be better than your dreams, to push harder, to last longer, to think faster. You’re not fighting for dreams; you’re fighting for yourself…

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Author: Julie Holmes, author

Pen names: J. M. Holmes, J. M. Goebel A fiction writer since elementary school (many years ago), and NaNoWriMo annual participant for a decade, I've been published in small press magazines such as "Fighting Chance" and "The Galactic Citizen". I write adult mystery with a touch of romance, mystery with extrasensory elements, contemporary fantasy, and epic fantasy, and I'm represented by the fabulous Cynthia Zigmund of Second City Publishing Services. In real life, I am a technical writer with a family of two teens, a wonderful hubby, one cat (what writer doesn't have cats??), two dogs, four chickens, and more chipmunks, squirrels, and rabbits than any garden should have to deal with. My garden, our hobby farm, and Nature's annual seasons are some of my muses.

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