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Living a Life You Love

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Baran Wannamaker

Founder & Owner of: Bearbody Living

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Health & Fitness and Successful Living Writer


“When was the last time you did something for the first time.”

A few months ago, my sister and I got the amazing opportunity to walk along the outside of the CN tower in Toronto. The moment I found out that you could literally walk on the outside of a building at 1168ft above the ground I knew I had to experience it. To me, it didn’t matter what the cost was or how high up we would be, I just needed to do it so I took advantage of the chance that presented itself.

The mindset of you only have one shot to live your life so you better do it the way you want to, is one that I stand by. One of the things that I hate the most in this world is money… I literally despise the thought of being held back from doing something because I don’t have enough money. I am sure a lot of people can relate to that feeling but for me, it leads to me having a more of an expensive taste, so in some ways, it may lead people like this to have no money. But honestly, I would rather have 0$ in my bank account at age 40 but have gone on numerous wild adventures and have many awesome experiences than to be rich at 40 with a routine life since university or college and have no stories to tell.

The way I see it is, that I will do anything in this world to allow me not to have a boring life and grow old to think back with regrets of not doing.

Maybe you don’t find the same joy that someone like me does in walking on the outside of a building, that’s okay. I believe that everyone can find their own style of living a life they want. You can make enough money to live to do anything in this world, so why not find the way to do just that.

I hope there is someone who is able to use this as inspiration in their life. Remember that there is always a way to make it happen, you just have to search for it and find it.


Article Credits: Baran Wannamaker

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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42 Comments
  1. depatridge 3 months ago

    Reblogged this on Matthews' Blog.

  2. rythmhoney 3 months ago

    Really awesome

  3. awesomewomenhightea 4 months ago

    Great post, I love it.
    I am a dreamer in my 20’s following my dreams and pursuing my goals.

    Really love this post.
    Awesome 😃😃😊😊

  4. thegirlnextdoor 4 months ago

    😊 actuall life is the life you love! True

  5. Darie.T 5 months ago

    I really enjoyed reading this it got me thinking for sure

  6. williwash 5 months ago

    Reblogged this on WilliWash.

  7. abenasmiling 5 months ago

    Great.
    http://wp.me/p8tX8t-S

  8. thePathFynder 5 months ago

    True thing! Fabulous

  9. woman power 5 months ago

    nice on3

  10. Isaac T.Wise 6 months ago

    Everybody has their own ways of living. But most people never really confident enough to the life their want since they are afraid with other people impressions which is completely useless. I think that’s why people are so tied in ideas of chasing money for life which makes them miss a lot of great thing in their life. Finding money to afford life is okay but make it one sole purpose of life is surely waste of time and life itself.

  11. YouBelongToYourself 6 months ago

    I just got inspired by your way of thinking !!!
    P.S. – Next time you go take me with you please.. haha kidding

  12. Dany Slone 6 months ago

    Having a low income and moving from England to Northern Ireland was the best move we made. We have mountain walks/beaches etc. And it’s all free! So kids are happiest with our modest income and combined outdoor activities. Money is a necessity but not our main worry in life.

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  14. Aaron Williamson 7 months ago

    great job dude and very true

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