It's funny how a few days away can really kick start your batteries espeacially When the world feels like an apocalypse could happen any minute now.
i went to land where dreams are made a.k.a Disneyland and I really saw and felt that it doesn't matter what age you are, Disney is universal. It's for everyone. And why might you ask? It's because it's so magical and so uplifting you truly believe anything is possible.

'All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them' - Walt Disney

Back in the 1920s Walt Disney and a friend created a character that would capture the hearts of millions. Based on a pet mouse, Disney and his friend created Mickey Mouse.
Now back then they created him out of a love of animation and cartoon and yes through that eventually started making a lot of money and along came a huge amount of success. But it didn't happen straight away.
So what's stopping you and your friends going out and creating magic, making the world a better place? Nothing is! You just have to believe you can.
Every Disney movie we watch has a message and that message is different for each and every one of us. Wether you're Simba and the message is 'don't forget who you are' or you're Peter Pan and the message is 'think happy thoughts'

We all love Disney because it speaks to our hearts and gives us the courage to chase our dreams. If they can do it then so can we.
No matter what age you are, you'll still have dreams. And each and every week I say the list of dreams are endless because they truly are. And they don't have to be massive world shattering dreams (although the bigger the better)
dreams are dreams and they give us a goal to aim towards and give us hope.

Don't set out with the goal of changing the world. Just follow your dreams and the rest will follow.

And remember 'Hakuna Matata'

Until next week
Much love :)

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