- Double my $20,000 - Obvious but worth mentioning.
- Develop another source of Income - Right now I have two. I have my job and I have my investments. I really would like to have at least three if not four. It would be great if I could get this blog to make money. But if not that, I really want to at least come up with an idea on how to get my income to go up. I could probably save myself to being rich, but it will be a much easier journey to get there with another income.
- Watch my basket more carefully - Warren Buffet advises that you put your eggs in one basket and then watch the basket very carefully. That is something I got away from in my investments this year with all the other things going on in my life. I need to be more choosy in picking stocks for my long-term portfolio, and watching that basket like crazy. I made a big mistake with ETrade, and should have gotten out much earlier. I paid the price for it.
- Spend more money - OK. I know, this is usually the exact opposite of what most people try to do. Problem is, I'm not most people. I suffer from the exact opposite problem that most people do. I save way too much. I probably save about 60% of my net take home pay in one form or another.
That's it for now. They are actually pretty big goals. #4 may seem easy to some, but it has proven very difficult for me in the past. I even started a "spending" plan about two years ago, and it didn't work. I couldn't make it stick. Odd huh?
What are you New years resolutions?
"I really want to at least come u with an idea on how to get my income to go up"ReplyDelete
"Spend more money"
sounds fun! buy cookies :D
Ok, so my New Year's resolution turned out to be, because of a rather strange combination of circumstances, "To Squeeze At Least 30% More Orange Juice."ReplyDelete
My resolution is to spend LESS money on shoes. I wish I had your resolution!ReplyDelete