So, what is The Fab Life Project?
Honestly, when I started writing this blog, the only message I kept hearing in my head was “I don’t want people to settle for shitty lives.”
I started this blog from a gray cubicle in New York City. I was nearly a year into a job that wasn’t fulfilling, and in between doing work that bored me, I’d read blogs about this thing called “lifestyle design”. It’s somewhere between the craziness of the four-hour workweek, and traveling the world, nomad style.
The definitions vary, and that’s what it’s all about. Building your life according to your terms, not living according to someone else’s script.
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.
We’re Young; But We Ain’t Stupid
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.