The dream team 🙌🏼. Copped me an ‘05 Tundra to tow the racekor 💁🏼. Been wanting one of these since I was a kid, my pops used to own an ‘03 TRD Sport. Now fast forward 14 years, and I have one on my own, all paid for by me. No help from anyone 👊🏼.
Two years ago, if you would have asked me if I’d own three vehicles by the age of 27, let alone three cars that I’ve loved since I was a kid. I would have laughed and told you there’s no way with the way life was going at that time. 2017 was suuuper rough year for me mentally & financially. I was extremely depressed & suicidal due to being financially unstable. I lost my Civic to being repo’d, and had to sell damn near everything I owned in order to pay rent and other bills. There are countless times that I wanted to give up, and almost did a few times. It was extremely overwhelming, and there was no light at the end of the tunnel. Let me tell you something I learned while I was discovering the deepest darkest depths of the human mind. YOU NEVER KNOW HOW STRONG YOU CAN BE, TILL BEING STRONG IS THE ONLY CHOICE YOU HAVE. You also need to understand that the hardest parts in life, is when you’re transitioning from one version of yourself to another. And I had to keep reminding myself that just because I’m not making progress as fast I thought I should, doesn’t mean I’m not making progress. Getting your life together requires a level of honesty with yourself, it’s not easy realizing that you are the only one holding yourself back, and it requires a lot of discipline. Fast forward two years, and now I’ve achieved the position I’ve been striving for at my dealership (Service Advisor)c and in the last seven months since becoming an advisor, I’ve been able to pay off all my debt, and afford my hobby, as well as buy a daily (Cressida), and a tow rig (Tundra). I’ve learned a lot about myself, and how strong I really am. So cheers to 2019, and let’s keep this positivity forward, and moving in the right direction 🍻