365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Wishes/Hopes/Dreams/Future

4.14.19

Day 4

What would you like to achieve in the next year?

  • There are so many things I would like to achieve, but here is a sneak peek of goals I have
  1. Moving to a bigger city
  2. Having my own podcast
  3. my blog reaching 10,000 followers/subscribers
  4. success with being a personal trainer at my place of work and as an independent contractor w/ my own business
  5. Starting a book
  6. creation of my very own product line
  7. having all my credit cards paid off
  8. having my own place/space (no roomies)
  9. physically stronger and leaner
  10. Traveling to more places on my own
  11. Having done more than 2 powerlifting meets
  12. Starting a club/group within my community or joining some 
  13. Working for a bigger gym
  14. Meeting the owner of the company who sponsors me
  15. Making meditation a daily routine
  16. writing for more magazine publications
  17. Having my personal website take off and do well 
  18. Making a passive income; where I work less and do more things I enjoy
  19. Motivational speaking around the world on the topic of fitness/health/mental health and LGBTQ
  20. attend more fitness conventions/seminars and events
  21. working one job again instead of two
  22. the possibility of going back to college to further my education
  23. Having a portfolio built of pictures so that I can do modeling gigs in the fitness industry and build myself and reputation
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365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Past

3.11.19

Day 4

What is your biggest regret?

  • I have a few. I’ll be honest in saying the list is LONG and can’t decide which is worse at this point in my life. We all have made some mistakes in the past (even if you live with the saying, no regrets); you have made mistakes you aren’t proud of. I was young once — some would argue to say I am still young at 26 but I was naive and adventurous and wanted to live in my own world and listen to my own rules — maybe it was the wild side showing after so long of feeling as though I was sheltered from the “fun”. I don’t really want to go into all the regrets I have because some are kind of dark and more private than others, but I will mention that one of my regrets is applying for so many credit cards  — I mean I had like 6 and probably only needed one & I allowed the credit limits and my credit score get the best of me and made bad financial decisions that I am paying for now STILL! which is sad, because I didn’t see myself in credit card debit as my future, but it happened and now I have learned from this mistake. 
Do you have any regrets you want to share?