I had grown comfortable in my job. Life was predictable, paychecks kept coming, and we just kept living.
But for me, life was getting dull. I had everything I wanted, I had a family that loved me, and yet I was still growing depressed. And a lot of it had to do with work. I was just tired of the same old shit.
I wasn’t happy, and I knew that if I continued down this path, my health would start suffering. It was time for a change, and it was time to see what I was really made of.
2014 was the year I officially decided to start America’s Footprints, even though I had already been planning it since 2013. But this was the year I started to transition away from training and start a new path that I had never traveled before.
To say this was a major life change is an understatement. Knowing I was the sole source of income for our family, it was not an easy decision to make. But I wasn’t afraid to take the risk in an effort to provide a better future for all of us.