Friday, November 13, 2009

Well, I'm DRINKING THE KOOL-AID.


Denver, is officially my home.

The manager at Starbucks knows my name, he even makes nice comments on my hair when it's different (he's trying to pedal me pumpkin scones, but I forgive him), i.e. messy bun, unshowered. My yoga instructors know me, "NIIIIICE adjustments Chelsea" and the guy at Brakes Plus remembered my name when I went in for a routine oil change yesterday. I have "favorite" bars, breakfast joints and driving paths. It's creeped up on me like a stretch mark and sure enough, there it is- Denver is HOME.

Yesterday was brilliant. If you haven't read 4 Hr. Work Week, you absolutely should- and if you refuse to apply it, then you may as well cut off your feet, down a bottle of Advil, or sleep all day- or something equally debilitating.

After an incredible yoga practice, "dancer's pose" toes overhead and all, I read this book from front to back and did one exercise that changed my perspective on everything, called DREAMLINING , where you target your yearly, monthly, DAILY income for your DESIRED lifestyle. You want to install a stripper pole in your home? Google the cost, write it down. You want to own a fucking Wombat? Google the cost, write it down. You want a 4 million dollar home? Write it down. Or maybe, you'd just like to have a condo and a weekly manicure, whatever is IDEAL to you.

His philosophy is that "GOALS HAVE TO BE UNREALISTIC TO BE EFFECTIVE" if everyone is applying for option A. because it's closest to them and most "realistic" the competition is likely the fiercest, and the number of people shooting for option Z. at the very tip-top are a smaller percentage. "Ninety-nine percent of people in the world are convinced they are incapable of achieving great things, so they aim for the mediocre." thus, realistic goals are harder to achieve.

SO- obviously, being the fame hungry, wine-cellar-desiring, travel-eager, gypsy whore that I am, I found out, occurring to my "IDEAL LIFESTYLE" that I need to be making 2 GRAND, A DAY. I also took advantage, of the word "ideal" and took a faux shopping spree on Nordstrom's, to see how much money I'd actually drop there. Then, I took a faux trip to Turks and Caicos, but those are all just little details... I maybe bought a case of Cakebread wine too, maybe.

Go on, scoff, call me greedy, or ridiculous. I find ridiculous people fairly grand.
The point is this exercise taught me what my DAILY GOAL should be, to cut the FAT, to stop waisting time and being afraid of ASKING FOR WHAT I WANT. To the leave the bullshit for the bulls. Ya dig? AND, to just trust your unrealistic desires exist for a reason, they serve you.
Being reminded of all this ACTUALLY, calmed me- made me let go and enjoy the present of the process.....as in; the outcome is already decided according to your belief, so let it be.

This morning, after enjoying my existence yesterday-embracing my HOME, living in the small moments of banter with Starbucks employees about egg sandwiches and weather..... I woke up to two incredible emails, not only actualizing some of the monetary value that I need (not nearly 2 grand, but I'll pose for Playboy to get there, ahhhh... I KID, I KID) but actualizing more of what I BELIEVE IN, all that "UNREALISTIC" bullshit.

Even though I can't always see the "light," at the end of a seemingly endless tunnel, I DO appreciate where I AM.

I appreciate that the manager at Starbucks knows my name- after years of nameless existence in big cities, where I'd spend evenings having "incredible" conversation and laughter with "new friends" that would LITERALLY not know who I was a week later, chatting with mechanics makes MY DAY.

I spent days, years, of my life trying to feel important to people that didn't even SEE ME. And now, not only will I refuse to do that, I also refuse to try fitting into "realistic", because I'M NOT. I'm not realistic. I told my Momma I wanted to be a "fairy" when I grew up, I believed I was invincible to car accidents and would "flick away," and I am convinced that 2grand, a day, is not out of reach. In fact, maybe I'm shooting too low.

If one person has done it, so can I.


WHAT IS YOUR "UNREALISTIC" GOAL????

112 comments:

Doniree said...

Figure out how to work from anywhere I want, and move around for a few years.

Along the way? Drinking champagne, lots of kissing, cheese, chocolate, dancing, yoga, sand between my toes every once in awhile.

Yeah. All of that. ;-)

nicopolitan said...

delurking to say this post is full of win. in fact, i'm saving it to my bookmarks because i know i will reference it in the future.

my unrealistic goal? take down the music industry. not the music, the industry. it all starts with an idea. and i have an idea. now, comes the work.

Jenni said...

Oh I love you. However, I love your stance on this even more.

Your last sentence sums it up: "If one person has done it, so can I". I keep this Dove chocolate wrapper at my desk that says almost the same thing: "If they can do it you know you can too." I read it daily to keep me motivated and get through those hard days.

Thanks for posting this. I need a little motivation (or swift kick in the azz) to get through my personal funk right now. This helped.

As always you rock!

Emily Anne said...

Once again you are a breath of fresh air and a sharp slap across the face to those who settle for mediocrity.

And I just feel like saying THANK YOU for being someone who puts it out there straight for everyone to see.

After all the cutesy posts across the internet, I am always relieved when I see you've written something...

I have a million unrealistic goals, and I'm never going to give them up! How can people be great if they don't strive for greatness, right?

My current 'unrealistic' goal is to just pick up, move to Paris and write a novel.And I think it's feasible. Two grand a day? That could totally happen.

Vanessa said...

It's amazing how nesting into a new 'home' occurs. There's something incredibly settling about it once it occurs.

My unrealistic goal? To pursue a simple, pleasurable life. And start a line of fabulous handbags.

L.L. said...

I have always wanted to be a rockstar - but horrendous stage fright has made it too hard to even try. Hellllllooo panic attacks!

That one girl said...

I so love this post and am totally with you, write it down and make it happen. The more people complain about it not happening, the less time you have to make it happen. In the words of a rap song I sing too often in my uncool mom voice 'Git it gurll, git it, git it gurlllll'!

On another note: Crepes N Crepes and Snooze are my favs.

On another, another note: I used to live in Turks, you must go and can actually do it pretty cheap. If you are seriously, seriously interest, I have a ton of friends there that leave their awesome homes for vacays and might be interesting in renting it cheap, most for free, just someone to feed the dog once a day.

missy. said...

i am so glad i found your blog. we seem to have more in common than just our names. this post makes so much sense and i am so glad you are posted this. i am going to do this as well and see if it helps with the funk i am in.

thanks again lady.

JUST ME said...

Most of my goals are unrealistic...but I can't bare to be normal.

So there you go.

Michelle said...

I LOVE this so fucking much. That is practically what I live by. We're all capable of doing amazing things! People aspire to be presidents, actors, rock stars and they DO IT. So why can't I BE whatever the fuck I want? And I can, and I believe I can. My dreams are way out in the clouds, but they're within my reach.

You never fail to reach utter brilliance within the realms of a blog. Your wit, intelligence, and drive seeps through. Never lose that and never give up, and you'll be just fine. xo.

nicoleantoinette said...

My entire perspective shifted when I read that book. But then.. I don't know. I guess I didn't really put it into action.

Thanks for the reminder, lady.

Meghan said...

Wombats are expensive, I'm going to start smaller.

Katie said...

i want to be a yoga instructor, practice all kids from wise yogi's and have my own studio...the thing is i haven't up off my ass to practice yoga consistently in over 6 months.

i also want to floss every day.

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Sid said...

I love this idea of unrealistic goals. Mine: To have the courage to be an explorer and I don't just mean travelling. Just being willing to risk it all.

Shibby said...

Love this post it's amazing =) Definately brightened up my view of things now after being down for a while, thanks for sharing


I'd like my own farm with a wood and lots of animals, some where I can be out in the middle of no where but have an internet connection, I like having the answer to almost anything at my finger tips :)

Amy said...

I love this post. Every month I make a list of "Goals For November!" (or December or w/e) and they're like, BUY CHRISTMAS GIFTS! BAKE COOKIES! Those aren't goals, they're to-dos.

My unrealistic goals are to write a novel, own a horse farm and run a marathon. And be famous. And not have to work outside the home.

Matt said...

I love the first sentence of this post.

and of course, this: "being the fame hungry, wine-cellar-desiring, travel-eager, gypsy whore that I am"

This is why I keep coming back.

Surfergrrl said...

I want a house on the beach. I want to love work, but have plenty of time to play.

Great post!

Liz said...

Ooh girl bless your heart for having good taste in wine! My aunt gives out Cakebread bottles for Christmas every year I CAN'T WAIT haha.

As far as my unrealistic goal, that would be buying house by end of summer next year.

Jay Ferris said...

That's it; I'm going to write "The 3-Hour Work Week". Like a true Ferris would.

Melissa said...

I love your writing. Every post of yours I read makes me smile! (And think)

Sadly, my "unrealistic goal" is having a completely normal life. I want to have my own massage business, be my own boss. I want to live in an eclectic little town where I can ride my bike to yoga. I want to play badminton with my neighbors...

How boring do I sound... LOL!

•¦Amy¦• said...

have i mentioned in the past that you are perhaps my best friend in a former life?

you are amazing.

you know exactly what to say to make my day. thanks for that :)

unrealistic goal... i guess it's the one i'm pursuing just taking it further. i want to dance for a major dance company. ballet or modern, and after that i want to go to film school so i can learn how to direct. from there i shall be a director/art director for many a film, but only the ones i want to do. i will also at some pointe own/opperate an indie record store/cafe/cupcake shop.

too much? i don't think so :)

Couture Carrie said...

Yay for home, Starbucks, and unrealistic goals!

I guess mine is to get married in the next two years...

xoxox,
CC

The Novelista Barista said...

Quitting my job and traveling the world.

ugh :( why cant that be real!!!

Taylor-made Wife said...

What a perfect thing for me to read on a Friday afternoon. Thanks girl!

Ashley @ KiwisandCocktails said...

Great post!!
I have a lot of unrealistic goals. Basically, I want it all...ha.

Alicia (The Red Deer) said...

My unrealistic goal would have to be opening up my own cafe/bakery/bar - it would totally rock though!

Rolerkite said...

Somehow, I think you just convinced me to buy a wombat.

Katelin said...

i think my unrealistic goals are to have a villa in italy with a winery next door. that and having season tickets to a theater. now that would be amazing.

and um this post is amazing as well, as always.

LENORENEVERMORE said...

Simple things in life certainly bring some joy! As long as the police station doesn't know your name...it's always a good thing! Great weekend dear~
xo*

Finie Ramos said...

Thanx for leaving a love note on my blog. Btw, I like ur header!

WOw! u got a huge fan!

Jo said...

The hard part for me has always been believing that I deserve things. In the past year or so I've started to think, "Hey....yeah! Why not me? I'm just as good as the next guy (girl, whatever)."

By the way, I'm also currently reading The Geography of Bliss. :)

Living and Loving in L.A. said...

I have too many unrealistic goals to count, it's quite frankly part of my charm.
I miss Colorado! Coming home in two weeks for turkey day. Tell that silly mile-high city I said hello!

Being Me said...

Hi Chelsea, thank you for visiting and your comment.
I know exactly what you mean by that last paragraph about trying to please other people, I now aim to be just me.. doesn't matter what others think. You have an interesting blog. Will be back.
BM

Marisa said...

my unrealistic goal is to be the president of Walt Disney World. I want to make dreams come true for people...

i LOVE this post.

Herding Cats said...

I'm glad you found your home :) I haven't been to Colorado, but I imagine it be beautiful, peaceful, and all-around a happy place to live. And if you get sick of it, you can always move to San Francisco and have mac n cheese parties with me!

mn said...

good for you.

angryredhead said...

sweet, you've inspired me to pick up the book. my goal is to travel the globe and get paid for it. i'm gonna do it!

isn't home wonderful?

molly YEH! said...

WOW. so after i got a comment from someone named, "chelsea talks smack" i naturally had to check out your blog. and as i was reading your about me section, my jaw was dropping because i was like.. "wait a second.. is this ME?!" (mainly the parts about cheese, being a musician, liking curly haired men, and BOUTIQUE HOTELS omg i luv) i think we need to be blog friends.

ok sorry if i'm creeping you out.
but i can't wait to read more of your smack talking.

Anonymous said...

I've always known that you were destined for greatness, and now, you really do know it, and you must strive for that excellence!!! Please just get rich and famous, so I can watch you and cry>? Possibly daily.It would be so good for my soul!I love you soo much!Your faithful Granny

ema.leigh said...

Well didn't this lovely post just pick up my entire day... and inspire me too!!

I love the last statement of- "if they can do it, so can i"... it's so so so true.

and welcome to the personal world... I prefer it here. ;)

ps. my unrealistic goal? open my own designing firm and have employees. have a house full of pottery barn/crate&barrel furniture. oh, and have my STUDENT DEBT completely GONE.

ooooh... I can wish. :)

Mouthwash said...

Your blog has MADE MY WEEK. I love the tone that you write in!!

Let's see...an unrealistic goal... I would like to have a house in Hawaii, an apartment in Paris, and a walk in closet the size of a house. Yup. And a kitty cat. And a llama.

cat? You say? Yes. Aaah....if only you knew.

Love it!!!

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redhedgingerbread said...

So happy to find your blog when this is the topic of the day.... all my everything lately has been funneling into trying to figure out what my business goals are, so this is a good read. The day I quit my "safe" job and plunged head first into self employment seemed pretty unrealistic when it happened... but it happened! Hooray for seemingly crazy goals! Now if I can reach the one concerning free caramel ice cream for the rest of my life.......

Jess said...

I'd like to be a country singer. And while I'm touring, be paid to write blogs on restaurants.

It gets so much more ridiculous than that, but I'll refrain! Also, kudos for the Cakebread mention. Love, love, love...and that's huge coming from a native Washingtonian with a serious Washington wine complex.

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Be one with the Fro said...

Wow. Awesome post. Definitely opened up my eyes to another way of thinking. I even had to print this out hahaha

Unrealistic goal -> Move to a random city on a random day. unplanned.

thanks for this post!

Elle said...

I love the positive attitude. It's true - people reach unrealistic goals ALL of the time. It's really not that "unrealistic" by any means.

I think mine is related to the wants post I just did. I clearly have many, haha, but the top on my list would maybe be the living in a brownstone. I should start working towards that.

Btw, thank you for your awesome comment!! You rock :)!

kys said...

What a great post. My problem (one of many, actually) is that everytime I think of a goal, I decide it is too unrealistic and talk myself out of considering it. This is a whole new way of thinking for me.

Marissa said...

Unrealistic goal? Always be happy :)

Melissa Blake said...

Ooooh, great post! Hmmmm, I want to be the next Carrie Bradshaw!

Carrie Middleton said...

Well, I have this pipe dream about being a fashion designer.

blunt delivery said...

ah, how i luuuuurve your inspirational speeches.

2 grand? psssh. you'll be making 5 by the new year.

Little Bird said...

My unrealistic goal - to move to NYC, become a fashion writer and live a fabulous life.

Although I don't see why that should be UNrealistic, really. It will take time and effort, but I think I will get there, in some shape or form. :)

Jen

Nashe^ said...

Mine is simply to live in Manhattan and travel anytime I want.

But yea, almost everything suddenly seems realistic when you think about it.

MJ said...

My unrealistic goal is to live in a big house with a dog, and have millions of books. To be honest, the only reason I feel this way is because my family are really pretty poor and something like that is something that's so ridiculously out of reach for me. But now I'm at uni, training to make a better life for myself, and sometimes I look in the window of an expensive clothes shop and let myself think 'one day'...

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muffie vs. man said...

just found your blog! loves it.

my unrealistic goal would prolly be to find a man that looked like peter saarsgard but acted like my best friend. and was in love with me.

Rebecca said...

My unrealistic goal is being able to live comfortably while working from home, so that I can be all June Cleaver-like for my kids.

Gabbi said...

I love the way you describe your new city Chelsea! Also your list of dreams... I have my list of unrealistic ones too. And refuse to give in. :)

Lexie said...

i am struggling with this .. defining where "home" is to me. my parents moved a few months ago and when i go home from college it's not the same at all. even now that i have my own apartment it's still not where i call home.

Moomby said...

love that stretch mark reference. awesome!

floreta said...

wow. i really love your version of 'self help'. your entries tend to have a tad of it, but in a REAL, and down to earth kind of way. and, thanks for this post! this is some logic i've never thought about but it actually makes sense!! my unrealistic goal is to become a travel writer!!

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

I absolutely love love love this post! It makes me feel better about wanting certain things that I know are far from my reach. Reaching for the impossible dream.
"When your ambition is higher than the mountains, your commitment deeper than the sea, surely your future will be brighter than the sun."

Jennifer Fabulous said...

Denver is a magical city. You couldn't have found a better home. ;)
Hmmm...I have lots of unrealistic goals. I would love to be a famous novelist one day with a shitload of money. Yes, that's my goal.

chelsina said...

uhm not shooting myself in the face before law school is over.

btw i love colorado. :) I grew up in Edwards. (West of Vail & Avon)

Sizzle said...

You perpetually inspire me, lady.

Renee said...

Hi, found your blog through a long series of other great bloggers!
Love this post. I actually might go get this book. I've been having terrible issues with feeling "stuck" in life at the moment.

So thanks!

That Saddity Chic said...

My "unrealistic" goal is to be the worlds most sought after voiceover artist :)

linda said...

i love this.
my unrealistic goals

- travel whenever i want,
- go to vietnam with dad
- write

Chelsea Talks Smack said...

GOSH, ALL OF YOUR "UNREALISTIC" GOALS ARE FANTASTIC.....I LOVE THEM, AND THEY DON'T SEEM UNREALISTIC TO ME AT ALL....


IN FACT, I CAN'T AIT TO READ ABOUT ALL OF THEM BEING "REALIZED" ON YOUR BLOGS!

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Georgia said...

I only just found this but AWE-SOMEEEEEEEE!
My (semi) unrealistic goals are:
Build a long and rewarding career out of what I love - ACTING!
Travel the world.. multiple times.
Spend my life with this amazing boy I know.
I don't think I'm being unrealistic, I think I'm just looking at the stars.

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