That's a great goal to have and will keep you moving forward!
Just bear in mind that you may or may not find what you're looking for. If your goal in your heart of hearts is non-diabetic level BGs with no medications, that's potentially achievable, depending on your individual physiology and lifestyle situation. On the other hand, for some people "get off my meds" is code for wishing to not be diabetic anymore, unfortunately there is no such thing at the moment. As Patti says, for those people that get their BGs to non-diabetic levels with no medications, they do that through diet and exercise. So they still have to "think like a diabetic" about what they eat - that part is for life, I'm afraid.
If you need to, remember that it's okay to not be perfect all the time, it's okay to need medication, and it's okay to have diabetes in the first place. It's possible to do "all the right things" and still end up with diabetes or end up needing meds or whatever else. And if that does happen, then that's not a failure on your part to try hard enough or to find the right solution, it's just the way life goes sometimes
Remember to be kind to yourself, above all, so that you can go the distance for yourself!