Updated: Jan 13, 2019
I have so many goals for 2019.
#1) Continue improving my credit score
#2) Become a minimalist by drastically downsizing my belongings
#3) Get my book published
#4) Write a second book
#5) Complete a short film project
#6) Produce a talk show
#7) Do comedy in 10 new states
#8) Continue with my fitness goals
#9) Dance Bike Week in Daytona Beach
#10) Dance in Alaska in the summer
#11) Dance at Sturgis
#12) Savings goals (that information is private)
#13) Visit my brother at least once a month
#14) Continue learning Kung Fu
Something I constantly strive for is happiness. I know I am happy when I have a good show. I am happy when my dogs are happy. I'm happy when I am creating stability.
There are aspects of my life I am unhappy with. Mainly, I want a stable, loving, monogamous relationship, and I want to have children. Because of my job, and because of my persona in comedy, sometimes I feel like those wants will never become reality. Like everyone, I know certain women who have children and are terrible mothers. I feel very frustrated, because I think I am going to be an excellent mother, and it's disheartening to see some women choose not to fully immerse themselves in that experience. It's undoubtedly a phase of life I long for. I constantly feel like I can't fail my children, and have to do everything I can now to make their lives the best they can be in the future.
I have a strong feeling that this year will be a really great year in the entertainment industry for me. I have so many big projects under way.
One of my favorite quotes is, "Anyone who's ever moved a mountain started with small stones."