Two years ago I started to take you along for the ride of my life.
I had absolutly nothing.
No place to live. No friends. No girlfriend. No money. And a whole lot of debt.
But there was more, well more nothing.
My health was a cruel state of pain and I had to work with my arm in a cast or risk going bankrupt.
On the upside – I did know that I didn’t knowand I wanted to end that misery.
At least I had a plan.
- Get my financials in order.
- Improve my physical state.
- Find new (and old) friends.
- Make up with my ex-GF.
- Get the job of my dreams.
… and keep you entertained along the ride.
Then what happened during these two years?
I’m still far away from good, but I managed to get out of “really bad”.
Project One was a smart idea to make some (well, a little) quick money. It didn’t work out.
There were some very dark moments when I really considered to give up, but in the end life is more valuable than everything else.
I went down to zero and the back to one,
but didn’t manage to keep going.
Two weeks ago I started to write about the importance of goals,
which made me realize that I should take a bit more care in keeping an eye on my goals.
So where do I stand now?
I have a good job; And that should help me to finally pay off all my debt – if I survive the next few month.
I have a lot of friends. My birthdayparty last week was huge. Problem is: Most of these friends are in the old city – about 600km/400miles away from where I live and work now.
I have, well, had some kind of girlfriend. (We just had a talk deciding friends is better – for now.)
I live in a new flat – which has plenty of space and I’m slowly settling in.
My health is still as bad as it was, but my fitness increased a lot, even with a broken foot which kind of set me back a little.
So what will year three bring?
More stability. Finally getting rid of all that old shit that kept me down.
I’m aiming for a solid base to start huge and amazing things from.
Come back to keep tabs on what I’m up to.