Big things and Big dreams Accomplished!

Well Here I was many years ago, and already making dreams for my life ahead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have accomplished a lot since then. An abusive step father, weight problems, marriage problems, and death of all my parents. Only the abusive step father still lives who I haven’t seen since my mom died.

But through it all I never lost my faith in god and have had much success in life.  Got control of my weight. I did the book by Dr. Ian Smith called Super Shred.  Then I took a complete change in my lifestyle to keep losing the weight and to keep it off for years and plan to continue for life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have finished 2 careers, 20 years in the USMC and now finished 20 years in the USPS. Wow, and the time just flew by.

Now I plan to use all the time I have left doing many things. I am studying and learning how to trade Forex. I think I have narrowed it down to concentrating on Gold. I plan to make money selling on eBay and amazon. I even got plans to go to car auctions and pick up a car once in awhile for resale.  My mind is filled with ways I can use my time to continue making money my way instead of hitting a time clock.

Of course I still plan to play golf when I can and go fishing, I do plan to get me a boat some time in the future too.

Look forward when this pandemic is over so I can start back visiting friends and family and spending more time with them also. And also vacationing and traveling.

For me retirement is just the beginning of a new lifestyle and adventure. Does not mean just relaxing and not doing anything. You have to have a plan and goals, Always… Stop living day to day without a plan.

Until next time God Bless and stay tuned for my daily trading and life adventure posts…

 

 

 

 

About Broblogger

Larry McCullough is a 20 year Retired Devil Dog(Marine) who loves to surf and market the Internet. Owns several websites and love to help others succeed. Love to workout and eat healthy 80 percent of the time......
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