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I have been invited to be a guest on Krysten Lindsay Hager’s blog where I talk about daydreaming. I have known Krysten since we both started blogging all those years ago. She has since written eight delightful books for Children and Young Adults about friendship, self-esteem, fitting in, frenemies, crushes, fame, first loves, and values. You can find her books on Amazon 

We both agree that daydreaming can come in handy for a writer.

Here is the article:

https://www.krystenlindsay.com/blog/daydream-believer-a-guest-post-by-author-darlene-foster

Happy to have author Darlene Foster back on the blog today with a guest post. She writes the  Amanda Travels adventure series and today Darlene is here to talk about something I do so, so often–daydreaming! 

Daydream Believer by Darlene Foster

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt

As long as I can remember I have been a daydreamer. Daydreaming has kept me from being bored, lonely and unhappy. It has also been responsible for me accomplishing many of my goals. Many of them started as a daydream.

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Do you still daydream? 

I was invited to be a guest on Jan Moore’s site Work on Your Own Terms

Jan’s site is dedicated to helping women enjoy meaningful work that fits their lifestyle and providing mentorship on midlife reinvention. Check it out, you will find it interesting.

Photo by Donna Cluff

Daydream Believer: You Can Be One Too

by  | Jul 17, 2017

I met Darlene shortly before she and her husband moved to Spain from Canada. I asked her to share a follow-up on her life Abroad and how it came about.

Guest Post by Darlene Foster

I can´t remember when I didn´t have the urge to travel and experience new worlds. My dear grandmother bought me a colouring book featuring children from around the world in traditional dress. I loved that book and wished, with each page I coloured, I could visit these places one day. Studies have proven daydreaming is good for young people because it plants seeds that often become reality. Of course, those dreams don´t come true without hard work and determination.

Read more here

http://workonyourownterms.com/daydream-believer-you-can-be-one-too/

Do you believe in daydreams?

 


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