It’s been a while. Just been living my usual busy life. Ended up picking up a second job recently so I’m now working 7 days a week! woo!
I know that isn’t exactly the most exciting news, but hey. It is what it is. I’m doing this right now to get by a little better and to also pay off my debts faster. I figured I could really grind away at it for a few months and make life a whole lot better for myself down the road. So far it isn’t going so bad either. I’ve managed to save up for a new set of goalie pads, (which side note: this makes me so incredibly happy. I’ve been wanting new pads that fit for well over 4 years now) saved up roughly enough to pay off 1/3rd of my student loans that are remaining. And if I stay on this course I’ll be heading in the right direction to be debt free by the end of the year.
I think this is a super positive direction that I am heading in, yet I still feel like I am stalled in life. I want to accomplish so much more, but I still feel like because I took a second job back at a coffee shop, that I am somehow not progressing myself. It’s silly but I know I am being impatient. It’s just that in the last few years I’ve really started to appreciate the value of knowledge, both in a practical and non-practical way. I’m just eager to learn and develop new skills. I don’t want to be stalled at the same jobs that I’ve held previously just to keep me afloat. I want to be better than I was yesterday. And every day after that. I need an action plan and I need to put that plan in place and follow it.
So i’m writing this to myself in hopes that having it out in public will help keep me on track. And I can come back and write a list or post of how I have achieved my goals.