I have been thinking about whether or not shall I upload this post or not. All you, who follow me for a long time know, that it isn’t one of my strength to make my resolutions happen. However, I, as probably most of us, had an opportunity to think my life through this year. And the place, where I am now, definitely, isn’t the one I want to stay for too long.
And although I wanted to change it multiple times, with rather poor results so far, I am much more determined to make it happen in 2021. So let’s get to the roots of this blog and please allow me to present you my New Year’s resolutions:
Pay all my debts
This one is quite self-explanatory. I have been working on this goal for the last two years and it is the only goal actually on the progress to being ticked off out of the list. For 2021 there is not much left and let’s hope that for 2022 I will be planning the amount of savings to have instead 😉
Manage to have £10/month passive income
This goal has been reviewed probably a million times. The amounts were changing each year, or the amounts of income streams. Anyway, it did not work as planned. So for this upcoming year, I’ve decided to focus on getting a passive income of any kind, without focusing on a huge amount. To get to big amounts, I need to start first.
Get my son singed in for a regular fun activity
As you might know, I have a little son, who is going to be 2 in April. He is an endless energy volcano. And as he is growing and getting more aware of what’s going on around him, I want to find some fun activity for him to have fun and let some of this energy out. I hope to test a trampoline park and a swimming pool first, to see how he likes it. And I’ll go from there.
Get a hang on meal planning
Since I’ve returned to work, homemade food isn’t an everyday thing in our home. I even wonder sometimes if we shouldn’t get the best customer award from Just Eat. So the skill of meal planning and pre-prepping is something that I will appreciate a lot. And my family too.
Exercising has been a goal that everyone should consider in my opinion. I have been putting it away using the excuse that I am working physically. However, as my work includes lifting, I realised that my back muscles are very weak and it will be nice to take care of them.
Work on personal projects
Here is the tricky one, as in the previous years I have been working on them a lot. However, I always lacked consistency. This year I am going to assign some time for this work and treat it as if it was my contract job.
That’s are all of my new year’s resolutions. For some, it might be not a lot, for others, too many. For me, it is something that is realistic to achieve and I hope to carry on with it.
If you have thought about your resolutions already, please share them in the comment section, I will be delighted to read them. For now, I wish you a very productive day, and I’ll see you in my next post.