I am my own biggest critic, I am tough on myself and I give myself tough deadlines to meet. I don't feel the pressure to make things happen unless I set a Month and a Year just like the ones we have on our credit cards, I do however like to make sure my goals are realistically obtainable for the date range that I write down. All of 2014 has consisted of me working on things that will happen for 2015. I don't always provide a month in which I expect to complete my goals but as long as I have completed it by the end of the year, I am pleased— this has worked for me since childhood. As I get closer to a year I am able to become more specific with goals. I am not much of a dreamer but more so a realist. These are some goals on my list that I am willing to share:
• Travel and host events in other states
• 05/15 Become debt free
• Find a place that inspires me and brings a "home" feeling
• Incorporate more apparel in Brosia Love (www.brosialove.com)
• Find Carter (@__Carterrr) a mate, "It is time for a girlfriend Carter, you're almost 2"
Work toward new business ventures, invest more.
Launch BL office headquarters.
By this year, it may be time to replace my buggy. I've had my VW Beetle since 2006, it was my dream car as a kid.
I would like to be in my dream home, married and thinking of children.
This post is part of #FlowerInTheWild's writing challenge, which is a daily writing challenge for the entire month of September.