Happy Thor’s Day!
I spoke with my job counselor yesterday and said something along the lines that I never thought I would be asking the question of what I wanted to be when I grew up at 50 years old. She told me I was doing fine and that it was far more normal than most people think. We are living longer and the notion of doing only one thing for all one’s life is fading fast. People have a chance to dream multiple times not just once.
I only have one goal left under business and it is the big one. – finding a new, better paying job by March 2020. It is essential to some of my other goals. Thankfully through The Clergy Project, I finally have some help and I have decided to approach the goal more organically and figure out what it is my dream for me again.
“Self-Reliance is the spirit of independence, which is achieved when each person is their own master and no one else’s’ .”
Principle: To walk in the spirit of independence by being my own master and no one else’s
Goal: Find a new, better paying job by March 2020.
Bucket List: To be a published author of at least five books by March 2029
So what is my dream for me? That is the question but now I have more than the question but an actual plan of how to answer it. This is generating a little bit more hope than usual and that is a good thing.
“Industriousness is the willingness to work hard, always striving for efficiency, as a joyous activity in itself”
Principle: Work with the enjoyment of work itself.
Finalize last requirements for my degree – Internship by May 2019 – May 2019 (achieved)
Bucket List: Write A Novel and Get it Published by March 2022.
“Hospitality is the willingness to share what one has with one’s fellows, especially when they are far from home.”
Principle: To share out of my abundance to help people where I can with their life’s journey.
By March 31st of 2020, to be the leader/participant in a group of some kind. (Goal Achieved
Bucket List: To own my own home by March 2024.
Higher Virtue – Justice:
If I get a job where I am doing better than I ever was in the ministry would be the first step to finding justice for myself. I may never see the people who wronged me face consequences for their actions, but if I find some prosperity after all wasted sacrifices for others, then I will feel some sense of justice has come to me.
Work Day Routine:
- Morning Routine
- Wife: Communication / Cuddle Time
- Blogging – Organize, revise, write a new post for the next day, templates
- Weightlifting: Gym time – 1 hour after work.
- Writing: 1000 words/day.
- Reading – 1/7 of a book a day
- Personal Business: record financial transactions, savings plan actions, budgeting, appointments, job search, other actions, etc.
- Check Communications and Email after 2 pm but before 4 pm.
- Nutrition: Daily Carb Count – 2
I need to focus on these routines better so probably I will be moving fro ma four-week rotation on these journal posts to a five-week with the added week focusing on the routines to modify them.
The Rabyd Skald – Wandering Soul, Bard, and Philosopher. The Grey Wayfarer.