Originally Posted by Phobia
That's a great goal. I've seen you make a lot of goals over the years. They're usually lofty goals which are great but often result in more disappointment than any sense of accomplishment. Have you considered a series of goals/milestones leading up to the ultimate goal? Achieving smaller goals along the way rekindles the fire and helps those of us who are more prone to instant gratification.
I've already been working towards it in a way. I joined a gym a few months ago, and I've been working out regularly. I've been watching what I eat, but that's something I could do better about.
You know my ultimate goal has always been to move to KC. I think you know that I've done a lot to work towards that goal. I've gone back to school, and I will have my AD in February. I've moved back in with dad to get some debts paid off and save some money. Along with those two things, I've been working on losing weight. Of all people, I thought you might see those accomplishments and be somewhat proud of me.
Anyway, in regards to this. I guess I need to go out to a friend's family's farms and practice climbing hay bails and rolling around in the mud? My dad's pool is 4 1/2 feet deep, so I can practice wading through it. Are those the short term goals you had in mind?