I want to be a professional writer by then, at least half-time.
Write at least 10 more books. I've got ideas for at least a hundred.
Overcome my biggest flaw, so: working on self-discipline and write at least 500 words a day when I'm not employed, and 100 words a day when I'm employed.
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I'm female. I just can't draw women
Get my masters. Become an NP. (Or CRNA?)
Make 6 figures. (Job or investments)
Own a house.
Travel to at least a few different countries.
Get married and have a child or two.
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I'd also like a PhD, in some nicely obscure field but still within my sphere of interest.
That is however optional. I'm happy as long as I have found my future wife, and if I have a good job.
I'll be 32, so I will probably have children by then, I hope.
It's too much to ask that I should be published by then, but I do hope that will be the case.
Not that I would be famous for it or such, I hope. I'll publish under a pseudonym.
I don't know where I want to live, but if I have a doctor's degree in something, it will be a lot easier to move to perhaps Australia or the United States.
Well, by then the latter might have collapsed... But I do like the culture (well, not the bible toting idiots, perhaps), the language and the nature.
If that's the case, i'd like to live somewhere in Oregon or Wyoming and work from home on research as much as possible, so that I can have my free time and spend time in the mountains.
Now to another aspect. By then I will be very fit. I am working hard on that, currently. Really trying to get a better lifestyle.
Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come