I know it can seem like time moves too fast and you don’t have time to turn things around in your life, but you always have time!
No matter how old you are!
So if you’ve been determined to make some changes and achieve big goals, maybe these stories will inspire you!
Take a look!
1. Keep moving!
It’s good for you!
It’s never too old to exercise this lovely woman is 100 years old!!!!! pic.twitter.com/xE0uYnp7zY
— annette pursley (@AnnettePursley) July 30, 2021
2. That’s awesome.
Now she’s like a fish.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 11, 2021
3. On the right path.
Way to go!
40 started running. Did 5 half marathons by 45.
42 published my first book. Working on my 5th at age 47.
47 started classes for my master’s.
Hopefully starting dream job by 50.
Thanks for the inspiration.
— Karri L. Moser (@KarriMoWrites) July 20, 2021
4. Just getting started.
Never too late.
Yes! I’m 40 with 2 kids, still in school and just getting started creatively. We all have different paths ❤️ https://t.co/YOLZqasqQb
— Shanaz (@NezRigi) January 11, 2020
5. Don’t listen to that.
Do your own thing!
Please stop telling people “it’s too late”. I was 37 when my career finally started to evolve. I’m 42 now and I’ve only just begun! Barely scratched the surface of the things I want to do. Sometimes careers take detours and scenic routes! https://t.co/9YyZXC5Gwi
— 𝕴𝖗𝖎𝖘 𝕮𝖔𝖒𝖕𝖎𝖊𝖙 (@iriscompietart) August 2, 2021
6. Don’t give up.
A good mentor.
My mother taught me to never give up on myself, or my dreams. Today, at 49 she’s graduated with a 1st Class degree in Health and social care management. She hopes to open her own care home. She’s my idol. Love you, Mom. ❤️🤙🏽 pic.twitter.com/VtBUbEgTGs
— adreyn. 🇯🇲🇯🇲 (@IAMADREYN) July 10, 2018
7. All in the family.
This is great!
my grandma got her high school diploma the same year my brother’s getting his, and i’m her first grand kid to graduate from college🎓💜💛💙 pic.twitter.com/kFOjhBQwQJ
— cakes (@mikayrahh) May 17, 2017
8. Pursue your passion.
This is a good lesson.
I picked up a camera for the first time at the age of 32. I continued working a full-time job while directing my first 5 feature length projects. It’s never too late to pursue your passion. But you already know that deep down. 🌸 https://t.co/M5HfYIUymo
— Ava DuVernay (@ava) July 16, 2018
9. This is amazing!
53 year old who took the stage in 2019 for a 4-week sold-out run of “Mamma Mia,” 10 months post-heart transplant. pic.twitter.com/VnykF4tQAF
— Andrea O (@dfibkitty) January 9, 2020
10. Dream big.
Here’s a good example.
This is my mom. She dreamed of becoming of a nurse but her parents told her that she had to be a pharmacist instead. Yeah, that was a good enough job but that is not what she wanted. She showed me that it’s never too late to fulfill her dream. She’s 54. pic.twitter.com/ogbuvq2ExG
— zahno (Taylor’s Version) (@lilzanoo) February 17, 2018
What dreams are you still working towards?
Talk to us in the comments and let us know.
Thanks a lot!