Ok, the hangover has subsided. So now what? Well, being the keener that I am, before Christmas I made a list of financial goals I wanted to achieve this year (or at least try to achieve) and I thought I would share them with you. And just so you know, I’m a major list person and have been since high school. It’s pretty much a sickness, but what can I say, if I’ve got it written down, it’ll get done.
Here’s my list:
-Save up $15,000 by Dec. 31, 2012.
-Find a financial planner who can help me not lose money on my RRSP.
-Explore better ways to invest the money I’ve already saved up.
-Look into other credit card reward programs and switch my Mastercard and Visa if I find a better deal.
-Start walking to work instead of taking the bus to save buying a bus pass every month.
-Learn more cheap, easy and healthy recipes to make during the week for dinners and lunches (and blog about them).
-Start taking ballroom lessons.
Fine, that last one has nothing to do with money besides me spending some to learn how to dance, but my favorite movie is Strictly Ballroom and what if I need to bring my A-game to a dance fight this year? I’m just looking to be prepared is all.
What kind of resolutions do you have for this year?
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