I think I do pretty well with setting goals and making them happen as much as I can. Most of the work comes in actually writing the goals down and figuring out what I really want to do.
I've always hated the typical "where do you want to be in 5 years" interview question. I mean, really. How many people answer that truthfully? I usually answered the question with what would benefit the company. The tendency is to answer along the lines of: "I want to grow this company x amount and perhaps work my way up and fill the x position." When you are really thinking, "I don't know if I will be happy here in five years and if you don't pay me enough, I am sure I will look elsewhere." Then 5 years comes along and you are doing the same thing and wondering why you are still there hating your job.
I've lined up some people to live in my house and that means it's time for me to get out! Time to get back out into the uncertainty...the unknown of the everyday. For me, it's a welcome experience. I love waking up each day, looking at a map and deciding where to go. Although it hasn't always been the best way to plan a trip, it takes you to places you would have never had the chance to see, especially when you get lost. My GPS navagator, "Cindy" tends to lead me to dead ends and takes me the wrong way sometimes.
Uprooting your home to live in a car for an extended period of time takes some planning. There are so many things I want to see this time around. I am completely hooked on the website, Roadside America and I am planning to visit the odd and weird. It makes sense because I am typically drawn towards things that are different and freaky. There is so much to see and do. I've already seen the palace made of corn...very exciting. I hope to become my own Hewell Howser and learn about different people and places along the way. Of course I can't wait to share them with you here. So, it's back to planning at least the first few weeks. I can't wait to see the worlds largest, smallest, and greatest (insert something really facinating here).