Your Dreams

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Today is the last day of 31 Days. I’ve already published 31 posts in the series, 31 Dreams From The Street.

I introduced the series.

I interviewed 25 people and shared what they would do with their lives if they didn’t have to worry about money.

I spent a day resting and reflecting.

I spent three days sharing random observations from the street. That is, The Day I Wanted to Quit 31 Days, Rejections from the Street, and Notes from the Street.

And yesterday, I shared my dreams.

It’s safe to say ALL of us are ready to close up shop on this series. Can I get an amen?

But something’s missing.

Before we call it a day, I want to give YOU a chance to share how YOU’D answer the question “If you didn’t have to worry about money, what would you do with your life?” 

Because I honor you. I respect you. I appreciate you, my reader. And I know every one of you has a dream, something you’d love to do with your life if you didn’t have to worry about money at all.

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So if you feel led, take this opportunity to share. Take this opportunity to dream big. Take this opportunity to be bold, to put yourself out there.

Put it in writing.

Make it be known.

Share your answer to the question I’ve asked all month long.

I’m opening up the mic. For you. Because after all this? Someone’s ready to be brave. Someone needs to be brave. You know who you are.

So let’s do this.

I’d love to hear what you’d do with your life if you didn’t have to worry about money at all.

GO. And be brave.

I’ll meet you, whoever you are, in the comments.

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*This is the final post from a month-long 31 Days series titled Dreams from the Street. If you’d like to read the rest of the series, click here and you’ll be brought to the series landing page where all 31 posts are listed and linked. You can follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/AmyBPederson, and I’d LOVE to connect on Facebook at facebook.com/AmyBPederson! I’m so glad you stopped by. Make yourself comfortable and take a peek around the place. You’re welcome back anytime.

  1. Tom Baunsgard says:

    Hi Amy,
    If I didn’t have to worry about money, what would I do with my life?” …. First and foremost… anyone in my family who had a house mortgage would have the mortgage paid off. All of our family members would have the option of a free college education.
    I would love to donate my time, skills and money to Habitat for Humanity. Help develop and build more Senior Citizen Centers and affordable assisted living for the elderly and disabled. For my own personal extravagance, I would spend more time exploring this beautiful country with my wonderful wife Susan in our RV.

  2. Tom Baunsgard says:

    Hi Amy,
    If I didn’t have to worry about money, what would I do with my life?” …. First and foremost… anyone in my family who had a house mortgage would have the mortgage paid off. All of our family members would have the option of a free college education.
    I would love to donate my time, skills and money to Habitat for Humanity. Help develop and build more Senior Citizen Centers and affordable assisted living for the elderly and disabled. For my own personal extravagance, I would spend more time exploring this beautiful country with my wonderful wife Susan in our RV.

  3. Jill Tucker says:

    Hi Amy! If I didn’t have to worry about money I would probably continue to do what I’m doing: writing and visual artwork. I would also give TONS of money to social justice causes and then travel more. Miss you! Hugs!

  4. Tiffany says:

    If I didn’t have to worry about money and could do whatever I wanted, I would do a lot more traveling. I would travel with my husband to Italy, Japan, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii, California (and drive route 1 up the whole state). We’d visit all 50 states. We’d build a house on some beautiful property where my family lives in Indiana. And we’d fill it with the kind of things you’d use for hosting others — patio furniture, a fire pit, a game room, a comfy couch, a guest bedroom. We’d invite the youth group over all the time and host our kids’ friends and all our family for fun parties. I would love to give people awesome gifts, including strangers. We have always talked about how fun it would be to do random acts of kindness — big ones — for complete strangers!

    • Amy says:

      Tiffany, oooh!!! New Zealand! That would be awesome. My husband says Australia is amazing and he wants to go to Tahiti, too. Love your focus on fitting your home with things for hosting others. How lovely…I bet you’re an amazing hostess! 🙂 Your idea to give awesome gifts and do big random acts of kindness is AWESOME! I would love to do that, too. Many blessings to you, Tiffany. My prayer for you is that you’ll see some of these dreams fulfilled in your lifetime.

  5. Katie Wilson says:

    If I didn’t have to worry about money, I would help Mom and Dad pay all of the bills and finish the house. I would go on missions trips once I am old enough. I would give lots of money to our church and places like Samaritan’s Purse and Gospel for Asia.

    By a twelve year old girl

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