June 17



Tory Burch 1966

“Buckle up and know that it’s going to be a tremendous amount of work but embrace it.” 

*Life is not always easy. Trying to better your life through 365DOLF can sometimes make it even harder. Failures and setbacks are going to happen therefore it is important to see them as learning opportunities. Buckle up!

What has been the hardest part of LIVING FAMOUSLY?


Venus Williams 1980

“My daily routine, all my life, has been all about workouts. I wake up, go play tennis for a few hours, then I go to the gym, and I do a few muscle groups. I do cardio, ride the bike, run, and do plyometrics”

*Play tennis for two hours, then go to the gym and lift. Then bike, running, and plyometrics.

Tennis for 2 hours []    Lift []                Bike []              Running []        Plyometrics []


Amari Cooper 1994

“As far as my personal growth, my faith has been tested many times,”

“I’ve faced adversity a lot, but I remain faithful. So if you remain faithful, and you don’t quit, I believe that the Lord will bless you in all things. That’s how my faith system works.”

*How does your faith system work?


Kendrick Lamar 1987

“Don’t walk — or dream of walking — someone else’s financial path.”

*Walk your own financial path. Seek out help, but it’s your money and your path. Listen to Kendrick Lamar for motivation.


Barry Manilow 1943

*Listen to Barry Manilow while writing out your faith system and financial path.


Greg Kinnear 1963

*Watch Kinnear in Fast Food Nation while eating your favorite fast food.

BONUS: Ruth Graves Wakefield 1903 – Tollhouse chocolate chip cookies for dessert

When she removed the pan from the oven, Wakefield realized that she had accidentally invented “chocolate chip cookies.”

*Eat some Tollhouse chocolate chip cookies right out of the oven, or before they go in.

SNUB – Marie Avgeropoulos 1986

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Travis Jones

I was born in Northwestern Pennsylvania and lived in a trailer park. I was raised by very conservative and religious (Wesleyan Methodist) parents. By some miracle I graduated college and moved to Florida. I have been a public school teacher since 1995. I have 7 years until I can retire. I was married in 1999 and divorced in 2001. I remarried in 2017 to Kate - 21 years my junior. Some of my life experiences as a 46-year-old, white American male, will come through in my writing, but the majority of this daily journey will be dedicated to improving myself, and hopefully you as well.

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