There's hundreds of things I would like to achieve in life right now. Goals I hope to turn into reality and ways to better myself in terms of improving my weaknesses in life. Although I know I have many things that I am good at, I'm never confident enough to realise it. I'm not always as positive as I'd hope to be. For instance, my self-image, I'm always negative about my appearance, the way I look and how people perceive of me.
So right now, I thought I'd list some things I hope to achieve in life and share them with you all or to maybe even inspire you.
I'm only young (18) and I have my whole life ahead of me so I want to express on what I'd like to achieve in life and make turn them into reality...
To Be Confident With Myself
This one is a hugely important one for me which I'm getting closer to achieving everyday.
My self-image, the way I come across to people and to be happy with the life I live.
I'm very insecure and wonder what others may think of me. Walking through the street self-consciously thinking , Do people think I'm ugly? fat? or are they laughing at me?
My appearance is something I've always struggled with, especially my weight. I'm slim nor am I too big. I hope one day I can feel comfortable in my own skin. It's always a working progress.
It gets me down a lot but I'm trying to be happy for myself.
Help And Inspire Others Who Have Autism
As somebody myself who has autism. Talking about it or even blogging about it has always been something I'm very passionate about can easily do. I use writing to express myself and my thoughts. I enjoy talking about my experiences as I know I'm helping others too.
I hope to become an ambassador for autism and attend events to do everything I possibly can to help one another in the spectrum. I believe making awareness and a difference will help other autistic people to come to terms with their diagnosis, understand it more and embrace it.
Become A Writer/Journalist
You may have seen this one coming considering I enjoy writing and blogging.
I'm literally the biggest fan you'll ever meet of celebrities and reading gossip magazines.
Over the years, I've picked up a lot of journalism styled writing, to be able to put my skills into practise and write for a magazine is something I really dream of doing as a career.
Do A Skydive for Charity
I've had this in mind for the past few weeks which I've only now considered.
I really enjoy doing things for charity, especially as a child at school. Although I know skydive is nothing compared to that. Am I fearless? Not quite. Although I would certainly go way out of my comfort zone to do something spectacular for autism. Plus, it's something that I could say I've achieved in my life.
Go On Holiday To Bora Bora
You're most probably thinking, where the hell is that? or never hear of it in my life.
If you watch Keeping Up With The Kardashians then you'd know the Kardashians family love to vacate there. Yes, I do love the Kardashians! Bora Bora is a South Pacific island northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia. It's my ideal holiday ever. But of course, I'd have to wait until I win the lottery someday hopefully. Or else it would be a once in a lifetime holiday for me or unfortunately stay as a dream of mine.
" How incredibly beautiful does it look?! "
Move To Central London
I've visited London around 6 times in my whole entire life and every time I go I always fall in love with that city more and more. The atmosphere, scenery and livelihood is everything I dream in in a place to live. If you're from that area and reading this, you're probably thinking it's nothing special but for us who live in Cornwall, it's not a place we see everyday to admire the surroundings.
To have a lovely home, nice career and family is ultimately how I would like to live in London. It's everything that Cornwall hasn't got.
Try Out Reality TV and do BIG BROTHER!
Last but not least. To be able to do Big Brother and be on TV is something I'd love to try.
My reason for this is because I want to stand as a spokesperson and role model for the autism community as I don't think anybody with autism has had the experience which I would like to be the first to do it. To challenge myself in a completely different surrounding and meet people.
It would be a totally different social environment for me especially to meet friends.