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Posted: 19-Sep-2006, 01:57 PM
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Nike has always had the answer:

Just do it.

It's that simple, and that hard.


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Posted: 29-Sep-2006, 11:15 AM
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There are so many things I would love to do. When I look back on my life and see what has not been done, I think "what a waste!"
I think CC is right, it has always been a matter of "just do it!"
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Posted: 29-Sep-2006, 06:54 PM
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QUOTE (Lady of the Loch @ 19-Sep-2006, 07:54 AM)
I never really thought about that until you stated it. It is true that I am, at this point and time, not doing anything about it cause the one thing I fear is stopping me. (flying) oh and well, getting the extra $ to go, but that will come as soon as I finish w/ my degree.

But you are absolutely right, we can do anything we set our minds too, and yeah, mine is an excuse cause I am sure I could get over my fear of flying...kwim?

Could take the boat if there's no land route. I think there are still trans-atlantic passenger liners (QE2?)


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Posted: 29-Sep-2006, 06:56 PM
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QUOTE (sisterknight @ 19-Sep-2006, 08:38 AM)
a- you just keep going....one day if you work hard enough and push your life into shape you really can do anything......sometimes we can't do things because of other people not just ourselves or lack of funds!!taking care of your family, your pets sometimes theses are not excuses but just plain old life.....want to travel??start small.....visit museums in your area, then theater....then try making time for a week end in another province(ooppss, i meant state) and work out....sometimes it starts off slow and then it just becomes a habit!!!!put aside 10.00 from each pay and before you know it you've got enough to go on a cruise!!! put 20.00 from each pay and you can do alot of travel in europe!!!i mean if you don't see the moey how can you miss it???as for writing...that's harder....but again start off slow, pick one of your pet projects and do a bit, put it away but come back to it the next day...slowly, slowly things begin to happen and build!!! hug.gif
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Why I put asside $200/mo. Just for taking trips. I've helped a couple friends find $50/mo for such things.
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Things to do:

1. Visit Ireland--this is a must do for my family--its a family tradition on my father' mother's side--to visit Ireland at least once before dying and I'd want to go even if it wasn't. I was set to go the summer of '05 but I got laid off in May '04 and there went that plan. Now that I'm working again, I saving up again to go.

2. Find a job where I can be happier about helping people. The snag here is that I have a non-competition clause in my contract that applies to non-profits also--which is where I would go if I could, so I have to leave my field--I've applyed for a teaching license but need to check on its status.

3. Get out of debt and save for retirement--working on it.

4. Lose weight and get healthy enough to garden and get things done around the house and yard--again working on it.

These are wishes and not really goals:

Find a venue for my singing
have enough money to retire ASAP
Go to New Zealand

Who knows, after I get the goals done, maybe I can work on turning my wishes into goals.


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Goals-
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Start a business that is sustaining to me and my family which makes use of forged metal artwork, gardening, ancient pictish legend and lore, the celtic heritage of Alba, poetry, melodious tunes, beer, herbal lore, the beauty of sunrise, early morning alpha waves, and something else...... I'll think of it in a moment.

Learn how to communicate with my wife, my Creator, and my cell phone.



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QUOTE (Aaediwen @ 29-Sep-2006, 06:54 PM)
QUOTE (Lady of the Loch @ 19-Sep-2006, 07:54 AM)
I never really thought about that until you stated it. It is true that I am, at this point and time, not doing anything about it cause the one thing I fear is stopping me. (flying) oh and well, getting the extra $ to go, but that will come as soon as I finish w/ my degree.

But you are absolutely right, we can do anything we set our minds too, and yeah, mine is an excuse cause I am sure I could get over my fear of flying...kwim?

Could take the boat if there's no land route. I think there are still trans-atlantic passenger liners (QE2?)

Oh I hate boats too...rofl, the way I am going I won't be getting out of here anytime soon biggrin.gif
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I would like to own a bed & breadfast Inn along the ocean.


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I would just like to walk out the door and keep walking. Or at least riding. I've always been a bit of a wanderer and I'm always up for new sights and sounds. I've been to a few places with family in tow but it always seems so much nicer when I can go at my own pace. Probably head east to see that part of the U.S than head over to Europe. As for settling down it would probably never happen although a small cottage in Ireland would make a great home base. Never have asked for much, probably never will.
Of course money is the biggest problem. When I do put some aside some new catasophe always manages to gobble it up.

I also would like to own my own business again. A small celtic/European gift shop. Something that sells what you normally can't buy in the U.S.


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Posted: 11-Aug-2007, 10:10 AM
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Who was it who said? ďLife is what happens, while youíre making plans.Ē By the way that line was the inspiration for a tag line I once wrote. When the ad agency I was working for, was pitching the Liz Claiborne account. Anyway, the line wasÖ LIFEíS AN INTERVIEW. DRESS FOR IT. Of course the concept never got to the client. (Iím sure because my creative director at the time. Knew, that I wanted credit, where credit was do.) Needless to say we didnít get the account, having only presented her concept, which I canít say that I recall. (Oh no, if that sounds a little like our Attorney General, Iím sorry. But there in lies the difference. Heís not capable of remorse.)

Anyway, to get back to the subject, when a woman in a movie I recently saw was asked. What she wanted out of life? Her reply wasÖ Room Service, which sounds pretty good to me, since it also implies travel.

PS: Thanks to all at CR, for putting up with my poor writing skills, and all my venting.

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Immediately? Go home from work. laugh.gif


Let's see....hmmmmm... It would have to be: go to Scotland.


Long term....hmmmmm... Go back to school at a higher level of learning.


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Number one dream for myself is to visit Ireland and I am going May 31st till June 10th. I can hardly wait only 82 days to go.
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I would love to have a LARGE home out in the forest that was big enough for all my friends and family"That I get along with, to live in together, like a big compound, seperate houses, but on the same property I mean.


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I know that money can't buy happiness, but I'd certainly like to have enough to not have to worry about how to pay bills every freakin' month.

That's why I'm always open to learning new things to add to my resume.



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The #1 thing I want to do is to keep my health in good order for as much as I can so that I could continue travelling the world and see it's marvel and learn different cultures.LOA


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