Post Edited (olivia of course) : 10/12/2007 2:14:09 PM (GMT-6)
Ohh, oh..I wanna do my 6 month goal thingy...
1. Save enough to not live paycheck to paycheck and able to relocate without having to rough it in my new home by May of next year.
2. Get back to working out on a regular basis and not feel like a lazy bum.
3. Pay off my credit cards.
4. Have my daughter transferred into a good 4-year college, settled in happy dorm life with a major she is happy about.
5. Last but not least AND most important..have my boyfriend on a new mix of meds and treatment that works brilliantly for him. Lord knows we've waited a long time for this
six month goals or six month realities?
in six months i may well move from c cain to a wheelchair or totally bedridden
in six months i may have a new mix of meds that makes the bp less problamatic
in six months i might have my house on Texas sold so that my finances stop hemmeraging
in six months i will have completed almost a year of being smoke-free
quite a mix, i see. thanks for encouraging me to write it down.
1. Finding the joy I used to have in my work.
2. Losing weight.
4. Getting rid of "junk" and clutter in my home.
5. Organizing the remaining stuff in my home.
6. Paying off more bills so that I can retire at the first date I am eligible - 9/11/2010.
H*ll, olivia, I don't know if, whewn, or where i'll be one day from now! how about where i'd like to be?
1. Have a stronger relationship with my wife.
2. Lose at least 50 lbs (a little over 8.5 stone for my British friends). I found out yesterday that I have Type II diabetes but my Primary C are Physician thinks I can control it with diet and dropping a few pounds - os is it kilos?) NO MORE CHOCOLATE!! I CAN'T TAKE IT!!
3. Have my BP cna cronic pain more under control.
4. NO MORE PANIC ATTACKS!!!
5. Develop the courage to be able to drive again.