If you were at my house right now you would see chaos, stress.

You would feel the overwhelm and the fear.

You see I am about to move to California in less than 72 hours.

I have been in the Boston area for 10 years.

My husband is buried here.

In a few hours I will be saying goodbye to my house, to my friends,
to the world

that supported me during my biggest loss.

To the world who cheered my second chapter.

To the world who believed in me first and foremost when I launched
Second Firsts.

I will be saying goodbye to my comfort zone, to my routine and to
my support system.

All of it will be gone.

And all this for the chance to be closer to the waves, the ocean
and the sun.

Yes that’s right the dream is simple.

I don’t like the cold.

I don’t like to hibernate for months in the dark.

But even the simplest most beautiful dream can be very difficult to
make happen

and that is why we postpone life and what we want.

But the door that leads to our dreams is made of risk and fear.

So many people open the door, feel the craziness of making a dream
come true and close that door shut again.

What they don’t know is that the feelings and emotions we
experience during the entry of the dream are only temporary.

They will be gone soon and what will stay will be the dream.

So today I will ask you to open the door to a dream you have had
for a long time.

Open the door, feel the fear and keep the door
open by taking a step towards the dream.

Share with us here:

What is the dream and how does the opening of
the door make you feel?

Here’s to dreaming and opening that door wide open.

See you all on the other side.