EDS Blog Challenge Day 8 My Top 5 Goals
Welcome to Day 8 of the challenge everyone I hope you all have spoons and low pain. I hope everyone who's participating is having fun doing my blog challenge. If you're just joining us, you can check out my original EDS Blog Challenge post by clicking on the link at the end of the post. You can join the challenge at any time just give it your best shot. Also if you're going to participate drop your blog URL in the comments and I'll check out your posts and tag me in social media: @spoonie_speaks
1. My absolute number one goal is to still go to Japan despite my illnesses. I’ve wanted to go to Japan since I was very young. I’ve also religiously been watching a really great group of Japan Vloggers. I love seeing the YouTube notifications that tell me when a new Vlog has gone up. Some people have bucket lists for their whole lives, whereas I have a bucket list just for one country. A little extreme I know, but I just really want to see Japan.
2. My second goal (still related to traveling) is to see my best friend that lives in the U.K. I love her to bits and I want to see her in real life so badly. I’ll crawl through customs to get there if I have to. We always joke about all the things we want to do if we get to see each other. But for now we are stuck with video chat, working out the time gap in our respective time zones.
3. My third goal is to graduate college. It’s been a rough couple years college wise and mental health wise. I’ve earned that sometimes you just cant do all the things you want to do no matter how much you dedicate yourself. But I have found a career path that I am going to dedicate myself to and I’m trying as hard as I can in my studies. The estimated graduation date for my Pharmacy Technician Program is the 30th of September.
4. My fourth goal is to help as many people as I can with my blog. Simple is that my overall goal of life is to help people as much as I am able too. It may seem like I just spend my time typing away at my computer, but its more than that. I have to organize what I’m going to write about or remember from past doctors appointments and so on, write a rough draft, attach any links and post to social media. It’s a job.
5. I hope to eventually fill out my service dog application. In general I know that it’s going to be a big strain financially and mentally, but it’s something I want to do. I want to rely on other people less and be more independent. Getting a service dog is taking a huge leap toward being completely independent and not completely fearing going out alone.