Life goals

  1. Write a book/novel
  2. Travel to Italy
  3. Sky dive
  4. Cabin in the snow
  5. Throw a new years eve party
  6. Graduation 2016
  7. Learn Greek Mythology
  8. Learn about my own heritage
  9. Speak another language other than Spanish and English
  10. Meet and be friend someone from another country overseas.
  11. Create a mixtape of all the iconic songs of my childhood
  12. Make a mural of tiles on a wall (mosaic)
  13. Create a sculpture over five feet tall
  14. Create something out of pottery
  15. Paint a glass window
  16. Create a gingerbread mansion
  17. Start an organization that funds to help those in need, particularly for children
  18. Write a children’s book for parents to read together
  19. Volunteer at a animal shelter
  20. Adopt a pet of any species
  21. Touch a baby duckling
  22. Build Mechanical wings
  23. Visit legends/ stories or place where these stories are based.



Assertiveness is defined as confidently aggressive, or self assured. Aggressively confident often sounds like a rather bad tone of being, but truthfully it isn’t. Being assertive opens more opportunities than being shy could ever offer. It shows you know what you desire to achieve and your determination to achieve it. What you will allow is what will continue. If you are assertive and say no then it all stops there, but if you are overly passive about something you do not like or are not comfortable with then the situation or thing bothering you is probable to reoccur several more times until you erupt and stop it. Being assertive is sometimes seen as mean or rude, but somethings need to be said and if they are not said then they continue. Say your neighbor keeps parking in your driveway and you need to go out, but often can not due to this then being assertive with them is often the answer. if you go and ask them politely but firmly if they could stop parking there then they will have no choice but to listen to your demands.