What is The Fab Life Project?
The Fab Life Project is a personal development site that’s sole purpose is to encourage you not to settle for a shitty life.
It is my deep belief that life is too damn short to spend it living in a state of misery because you are too busy trying to fit the mold of what the world is telling you that you should be.
If you are a young twentysomething, it can be hard to realize that your hopes and dreams don’t look the way you were always told that they would look. Fear, bogus old school rules, and thinking that you don’t know what you want can lead you to feeling stuck.
It ain’t always easy to go against the grain, but when your life is on the line, what do you really have to lose?
My mission is to encourage you not to let anything get in the way of creating the life you want-including, but not limited to:
Fears that can stop us before we even try.
Limiting beliefs that cause us to think small.
A paralyzing need for outside approval.
Believing that when you fall down, you can’t get back up.
I also write about careers, maximizing life experiences, dating, happiness, travel, and entrepreneurship.
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Not sure where to start? The posts below are just a sample of what The Fab Life Project has to offer, but it’s an awesome place for you to start.
About Amber J. Adams
I believe that the way we have been taught to define happiness and success is stopping us from creating the lives we want.
Think about it. We were raised to believe that certain things should happen by a certain age. That these certain things are what “normal” people do. We’re taught that work shouldn’t really be fulfilling. Because it’s work. But then the recession (and the fallout from it) taught us the biggest lesson of all: security is a relative term that only you can really create for yourself.
Life is hard. It’s gritty, smelly, and mostly unfair. But you know what? Life is also beautiful. Each breath represents a new possibility- an opportunity to go forth with purpose, passion, and sheer optimism.
I truly believe it’s all in how you see it.