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How am I doing on my Goals?

So back in January, I wrote out my 7 goals for the year. It's been two months, so let's see how I'm doing :

1. Become FULLY polyphasic

I'm close on this one. Many days I go perfectly, sometimes if I have nothing to do I oversleep and then skip some naps during the day. I'm actually pretty satisfied with that, as I'm only sleeping 2.5-4.5 hours per night, I'm never tired, and can always count on being awake early and staying up late. I'll keep pressing to be more consistent, but I'm satisfied with where I am.

A Story That No One Will Ever Forget.

On The Mad Ink3r

I'm working on my memoir to say the least, and I feel happy, sad, excited, nervous, and all of those mixed emotions. It's hard to write your own life story in a book, and come from a place of nothingness. For about six years and a half now, I've had a story worth telling but always feared what others would think about me. I guess things will keep happening to me until I speak on the things that has haunted me from day one. I don't have too many friends but the ones I do have counted on me for leadership and example...I messed that up. Just like anyone else I'm human but it's only natural to live and to learn. This is going to be a challenge to work on, because it's all based on a true story and I deserve to breakdown certain things here and there to share with the people.

Being passionate about something is a gift, and when you have so much ambition and drive don't take that for granted. In my newest project (novel) I'm working on a story that gives the audience a full-on effect of who I am as a person of flaw. You get to see two sides of me in the book: The perfect side and the not so perfect side. I have grown and learned a lot about myself personally, and I can always improve.

To me life is so thin and can slip from anyone's hand in a second. As a young adult there are a lot of up's and down's in this error, but that's just this generation period. I mean life can really beat you down and humble you enough, to make you see that you're not too proud or flawless for anything to happen to you, also. I remember when I used to look at young pregnant girls and just say, "Wow....that's a shame". You can't really judge someone in their situation, because everybody goes through stuff -just differently. I almost lost my faith in all of this but for some reason that's the only thing that never wavered.

I'd like to think that I'm independent enough to do as I please, but I'm sure there are many others who can relate to a similar story! It may not have a happy ending, or maybe it just might but whatever the case ....I'm here going through it all and I'm still pressing. I don't blame nobody but myself, this time.

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