Unless I figure something out, my next year or so will consist of not a lot of money. Which, has already been the case, but more so now, it seems.
A list of goals to prioritize:
-Mountain bike for mountain biking.
-Boxing, since MMA is too expensive. And the boxing gym near me is cool.
-Bass equipment as an attempt to play music here in Austin.
-Saving for my own vehicle. Hopefully a functioning old Beetle.
The past few months have left me fatigued.
I’m starting to get a bit of calm. Every now and then I get moments of anxiousness. But in general, I’m glad I made the move. But I miss a lot of aspects of my life that felt established.
I’m still dealing with the larger “What goal should I pursue?” question. In trying to get some perspective I’ve been trying to get some advice from my dad. The question has brought up a part of my dads history I never really paid much attention to. His dream of being a captain of a ship was crushed by an issue with his spine that made him “un-insurable”. It’s his biggest disappointment. Years of work out the window.
His advice is to “survive”. That doesn’t cut it for me, but I’m afraid of getting to that point.