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What is your goal for tomorrow?

My goal is to go fishing somewhere frequented by people.

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I went fishing. Caught a catfish and a gobbie. An old man came over and talked to me and my friend.

My new goal for tomorrow is to smile when around other people

Come on, someone must want to set a goal for tomorrow.

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Congrats on meeting your goal!

My goal for tomorrow: Return item I accidently stole from Home Depot today (self-checkout issues). Should I bother explaining it to the returns employee or just put it back on the shelf? Probably just put it back. Which is less weird? I ended up not needing the part anyway.
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Go on a job interview. I have been putting this off for a week and I really need a different job.
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Probably go to the Zen Center.
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I hope you all achieved your goals.

RubyLynn, what did you decide to do? It would be awkward, but I think it would be best to take it to a returns employee.

My goal for tomorrow is to say hi to five strangers

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My goal for tomorrow is to go to Karate without beating myself up about how bad my skin or hair looks and to survive another day of suicidal feelings. I dont know which one is gonna be harder.

Note to self : I dont wanna be you anymore.

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Vanish.

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Take my girls shopping, actually leave the city!

And fishing sounds like fun, haven't been in eons.

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RubyLynn, what did you decide to do? It would be awkward, but I think it would be best to take it to a returns employee.
Ah, I just put it back on the shelf. No problem. But today I got the wrong ink for my printer and have to return that. I must have some kind of shopping disability.

How are the other goals going?
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My goal for tomorrow is to get my hair cut and go to the grocery. No specific social goals.

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My goal is to drive to my friends place after work. I just got my license last month and a car last week. This will be the furthest i have driven by myself.

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Sleep in!
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To have a good time tomorrow!

Hm, day-long outing. Maybe I'll post pictures if I think to get any.


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Where will you go on this outing?

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Where will you go on this outing?
Oh I took my two nieces to the city's Emergency Preparedness event where 911/military/electric/gas/etc. people show off all their equipment and so forth. Then we went downtown, to a park, and did the supper thing afterwards. By the time I got home, 13 hours had passed and I was exhausted. Good day though.


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Where will you go on this outing?
Oh I took my two nieces to the city's Emergency Preparedness event where 911/military/electric/gas/etc. people show off all their equipment and so forth. Then we went downtown, to a park, and did the supper thing afterwards. By the time I got home, 13 hours had passed and I was exhausted. Good day though.
Wow, that does sound like a good day. How old are they?

EDIT: Didn't do the grocery/haircut thing. I'll do it today though.

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Wow, that does sound like a good day. How old are they?
They are 8 and 11. I love hanging out with them; they are a pair of great kids. They also tend to reduce my anxiety to much lower levels, a side effect of being so pre-occupied with their well-being.

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Didn't do the grocery/haircut thing. I'll do it today though.
I put that sort of stuff off to the last possible minute. Down with haircuts!

So, Mother's Day visit and dinner today/tonight. This coming week I think I may check out the world of stocks, starting at the very beginning with a copy of "Stocks for Dummies". No sense having money collect dust with interest rates weaker than that of inflation.


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Wow, that does sound like a good day. How old are they?
They are 8 and 11. I love hanging out with them; they are a pair of great kids. They also tend to reduce my anxiety to much lower levels, a side effect of being so pre-occupied with their well-being.
I notice an identical phenomenon whenever I've hung out with my nephews. They're much younger, but my consciousness is just wrapped up "in the moment" instead of in my thoughts when I'm around them. Of course, then it gets to be physically tiring from being tackled all day. It's worth it though, as I want to be the best uncle I can be.

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Didn't do the grocery/haircut thing. I'll do it today though.
I put that sort of stuff off to the last possible minute. Down with haircuts!
Yeah, I hate haircuts, but I get one about every 4-5 weeks. I don't have anything fancy to deal with though, so it's quick at least.

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So, Mother's Day visit and dinner today/tonight. This coming week I think I may check out the world of stocks, starting at the very beginning with a copy of "Stocks for Dummies". No sense having money collect dust with interest rates weaker than that of inflation.
Ooh! This is something I took an interest in last year. Two books that really helped me out:

The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing
A Random Walk Down Wall Street

I now have a Roth IRA account at vanguard.com as a result.

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