Everyone has posted a list of their
for 2008 except me. I decided to publish a list of my Dos and Don’ts because I feel that the other words do not represent what I want to achieve this year.
- Post more frequently
- Post better quality
- Save money
- Make more money
- Pray more
- Get a better job
- Earn more interest
- Track my money better
- Increase net worth
- Pay down debt
- Moisturize more
- Smile more
- Give more
- Increase page views
- Stop stressing
- Eat better
- Be more thankful
- Drink more water
- Increase my subscribers
- Get more organized
- Go greener
- Love more
- Cry so much
- Let negative feelings overwhelm me
- Buy things I don’t NEED
- Forget the sunscreen
- Worry so much
- Pay bills pay late
- Forget to pray
- Add to the ‘bad’ debt
- Gain more weight
- Forget to thank those who help me
- Be afraid to take risks
As you can see some of the Dos and Don’ts are related to each other, yet they can all stand on their own.
There are some things that were not explicitly stated but you can tell what they are from the general meanings of what is listed.
I am sure all the PF bloggers out there are shaking their heads at my list because it is not clearly defined……but hey this is MY list.
I like the format. It is a checklist that at the end of the year you can verify against. No need for details.
thats a very good list lulugal. i think im going to print that one out and save it for myself. I have some of the same goals myself. I just got a book at moneysavingreport.com
a couple of days ago and im already starting to use some of the tips in it.maybe it would help you a little. idk. now the next thing is to just stick to your list of stuff to work on and to avoid.
Thanks for dropping by Lyndsey. I am glad that my little post inspired you a bit so that you would want to print it. I am very flattered.
Keep coming back and see if you find other things on the sit that you like….and tell your friends too. 🙂
I think that’s a good list, LuLu.
I have a bad habit of analyzing lists. I hope you don’t mind if I’ve analyzed yours. 90% of them are about money in one way or another.
All you have to do is come to the realization that if you are spending less than you make you will get there. Then the stress tends to melt away.
At least for me it did.
@ Jag: Of course its mostly about money! That’s what us PF bloggers do, haha! I have Ten Money Saving Resolutions myself.
@ Lulu: There’s an ad on my site for a free financial workbook. This is the link to the sign-up form. Its looks promising, and its FREE!
Meg the link does not work.