- I know how to set really big, humongous goals. Goals so large they could make one's heart faint at just the thought of thinking about them.
- I could get anything accomplished as long as I put my mind to it and I had absolutely nothing better to do that day.
- Setting goals that require a second party to meet their end of the goals just leads to frustration.
- Despite my disabilities, my lack of financial acuity, my lack of worldly accomplishments, and my 40 year old, flabby paunch, I'm OK with who I am.
- Turning 40 didn't kill me even though I failed to meet many of my goals.
- I still like vocal trance. Probably a non sequitur, but I thought I'd get it into this list somewhere.
- My family needs me. Not just because I'm a convenient full-time babysitter. My family needs the skills that I have and the knowledge I can teach them.
- My two oldest daughters are completely cool. They're fabulously talented and they have such bright futures I can't help but be excited to be a part of their lives.
- Writing a novel is not something I can do with my schedule as it stands at the moment. My family's demands are simply too intrusive. I will need to re-evaluate my goals, lay down some new house rules, and trade-off many guilty pleasures in order to squeeze in the time I need to accomplish my dreams.
- I conquered my fear of drawing while learning about how my disabilities directly affected my skills. It was a life changing epiphany when I realized that I forgot a bit how to draw each time I had a ticking episode. Now I've developed exercises that help me fill in the gaps again and get back up to speed.
- I need to learn how to manage my time better. I'm terrible at it and it is THE big hurdle to traverse for 2007. I need to make time for drawing and writing during decent hours and on a regular basis. Most importantly, I have learned that I really want this for myself. More than blogging. More than watching TV.
- I currently need time alone at night without noise and interuptions in order to get work done, but the price I pay for that time alone is killing me. And it's adversely affecting my kids. I cannot allow this to continue. Learning to manage my time may allow me to flip my schedule around and free myself from insomnia.
- I can accomplish greater goals than I've even imagined. All I need is focus, passion, and dedication. I do not need to be a victim of my own disabilities. And I'm tired of my disabilities robbing me of joy. It's time to ratchet up the goals and take myself to the next level.
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