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July 20, 2011


Love this and needed to read this today! Thank you!

Hi Rachel,

Love the article... I am really big on this in our own life! If you honestly believe in something and you have the desire you will almost always find a way to make it a reality.


Many people feel that I'm mad. That makes me feel like I'm doing the right thing.

I love this kind of adventure and we're slowly planning our own.

What a cool family! I love their website and plan to dig deeper into all of their adventures! This reminds me of when we took our three children (all under 6--including 1 year-old twins!) to Guatemala for three weeks. We stayed with a friend's family who spoke no English and truly had the ADVENTURE of our lives. That one trip brought us tremendously closer as a family and created some unforgettable memories. I highly recommend living among the people of a country when visiting instead of just getting a very "sanitized" resort experience. Kudos to the Dennings for truly living their dream!

So inspiring! I can always gauge my level of fear by the level of secrecy I draw around what I'm really thinking and planning for myself, my family, my career and my future. Going off the grid (whatever that means uniquely to each person) and trying another design for living is exhilirating and makes me feel more alive than anything else. This family is an inspiration.

Thanks for all of the great comments! It's so great to read the stories and dreams you have done and are doing. Keep it up!

Being realistic is highly over-rated. We tend to get what we expect in the long run, why not expect that life can be a wonderful adventure?

Audacity is its own reward

David Kaiser, PhD
Sacred Time Coach

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  • When I took a sabbatical from Wall Street to pursue a different dream and help others live theirs, I learned that women in the U.S. may be placated, even pampered, but because we aren't dreaming, we are also desperate and depressed. Drawing on a variety of sources, ranging from academic studies to pop culture, dare to dream encourages us to dream. And then to act on our dreams.


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