I started setting goals in gymnastics, thinking what did I want to do with the sport. As I progressed and got older, I started setting more goals. And whenever – I was around 14 years old — I made a lot of sacrifices. I decided to give up public school, go to homeschool. I gave up all the school dances. I’ve never been to a prom. Never done a lot of those things that maybe most of your kids are doing or want to do. But I fell in love with the sport. So I guess that’s what I got out of it. I got to go to World Championships; I got to go to the Olympics. I got to live out a lot of dreams that most kids dream of since they were little kids in Mommy and Me classes. So I’m very grateful for that. But it also made me set goals at a very young age, which I can’t be more proud of.