August 16, 2010: Get down to 140lbs.
September, 2010: Walk enough cumulative miles to have walked from my house to Broadway (just under 200 miles).
October, 2010: Run a 5k.
October, 2010: Be able to walk from my house to work (12.5 miles) in one go.
December 12, 2010: Get down to 120lbs.
June 23, 2011: Run a 10k.
January 1, 2012: Walk enough cumulative miles to have walked to Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA (just under 2800 miles).
June 23, 2012: Run a half marathon.
June 23, 2013: Run a whole marathon.
June 23, 2026: Walk enough cumulative miles to have gone around the world (24,906 miles). To reach this goal, I'll have to average just over 4 miles a day.
I'd love to have "walk enough cumulative miles to have gone to the moon," but since there's 238,857 miles between here and the moon, I'd have to live to 100, and walk 8.64 miles a day. You know what? To hell with it.
June 23, 2086: Walk enough cumulative miles to have gone to the moon.
The rest of these are more abstract in that they have no dates attached to them, and they have little to nothing to do with fitness. They are just things I'd like to accomplish, and I've always been of the belief that if you throw things out into the universe, you never know what you'll get back.
- Publish a novel. And not just one that no one ever knows about, I want to publish a book that makes the New York Times best seller list, even if it's the last one on there.
- Visit London.
- Graduate from college.
- Learn another language.
- Build a cabinet. It doesn't have to be a large one, I'd just love to build one for some reason.
- Learn how to change the oil in my car.
- Go to Disney World.
- See the sun rise over the ocean.
- Have children.