Tuesday, August 25, 2009

My Dream Box

OK, so I have started something new. I call it my Dream Box.

I have a lot of dreams, goals, and accomplishments I want to achieve in my lifetime. So last night I emptied out a little box and started writing these things out on tiny slips of paper. Some I have to fight to make come true, like getting published and becoming a licensed physical therapy assisstant and others are ones that may or may not come true but I wrote them down anyway, like going to Ireland and meeting Leonard Nimoy.

I want to keep track of everything I want to happen in my life and my Dream Box helps me do that.

But what happens when one of my dreams comes true?

Then I will take it out of the box and write down what it was and the date it came true on. I want to be able to keep track of this so that throughout my life I can see just how hard I am fighting for what I want. It's also good to show that dreams can come true.

Of course, some dreams might get modified with time, I might add others, or remove those that I realize I don't want anymore. But I think this is a good practice and I look forward to logging all my dreams that come true. Because I know at least some will. :)

9 comments:

Ian said...

Sounds like an interesting idea. It's a little too optimistic to be an idea I would adopt hahaha ;) :p. But I think it's a good idea :) .... oh I can only imagine all the stuff in there :p

Madison said...

You actually know most of it. There's nothing really secret in there. :)

Ian said...

Oh well that's good to know I suppose :) haha

Madison said...

You know me, Ian. I don't have a lot of secrets :p

Ian said...

Yeah same here unfortunately :P

Big Plain V said...

Very nice. I hope every one of them comes true for you, Madison. You're a very sweet person and you deserve it.

Madison said...

Aw, thanks, V! That's very nice of you :)

connork said...

Great Idea!!! I think it's a great idea to set goals, because if your the madison I know, you will get your goals :)

Madison said...

Thanks, Connor! You are very encouraging! :)