Have you reached your life's dreams?

United States
March 4, 2007 3:02pm CST
There are so many things to do in life - so many challenges. For example, our goals are being healthier and happier every day, becoming financially free, more in love, helping others to achieve their dreams as well? Where are you on the path to achieveing your life's dreams? Or perhpas you have already achieved them to some extent and now you're striving for more. Please tell us about your dreams and how you are doing achieving them?
1 person likes this
3 responses
@bluegem (174)
• Dominican Republic
4 Mar 07
life's dream??? wow, i have such big dreams that i feel like i have not even started on the path. However, i am contented with what i have achieved so far but i still need to achieve more. I'm pacing myself in such a way that there are small targets along the way to the big goal. That way, i can measure my level of success and know exactly what to do to get to the next level.
• United States
2 Feb 12
I can't even imagine where such perfected processes would have landed you after 5 years. If not to the goal yet, you will be. You're amazingly smart and talented
@alberello (4755)
• Italy
2 Feb 12
Although I am already at the age of 37 years, I would say that my future is yet to be built. First major should I get a job. From this comes my economic independence, that can live without depending as I do today, from my parents. Certainly in my case there are difficulties to overcome, I'll try to go step by step.
• United States
4 Mar 07
I guess I can say I've achieved my goals education-wise. I have two advanced degrees. I do have a good job, though I;m not sure it's what I want to do with my life forever. I still want a life partner, to travel more, to become a published writer (beyond the one professional publication I have and some web content publications), and to get into a much better financial situation. I have a good credit rating, but still a lot of debt to pay off with school loans and other debt accrued during my days of being a perpetual student. So I want to be able to buy a condo or house, but am a few years away from being able to do that. Sometimes thinking of all this makes me panic--I'm 36, which isn't old or anything, but I thought I'd have more of this done by now; there is still so much I want to do! I am working on these things--paying off my debt as best as I can; consoldiating loans when I've been able to; etc. I've been trying to find a publisher for a children's book I wrote for some time now--no luck, so now I am trying to find an agent. I am also trying to do some things that will enable me to meet more people--that's about all you can do in terms of finding a partner; it's not something you can force.