One goal, and I blew it

Last year I set a goal to sell one thing (that I made, more specifically) and I didn’t do it. The good thing, anyway, is that despite failing I am not out on the streets. Most people can’t totally fail and still live comfortably.

I started looking into intentional communities again just for a boost of energy. In general communities ask less than it would cost to rent an apartment or even a room. The cheapest I can find on rent just about anywhere is ~$300 a month, so $3600 a year, and, well, I don’t want to live with my parents forever, so at least there is a middle ground in communities or work exchanges. But of course it all starts with making some frigging money and I’d like to do it my own way.

I’ve also started looking out for antlers for my own crafts or to sell. A bundle of ten or more looks to go for $10 a piece or so, so not bad. Searching also gives me reason to walk around a few unfamiliar areas and get some exercise since I don’t feel much like jogging lately.

I’ve also sunk back into depression, doing all this rather slow. Oh, but what else is new.


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