Wake up, wake up, wake up it’s the 1st of the month!
If you noticed, this is actually my second post on my blog, today! Look at me, being an overachiever! Where’s my cookie, at?
There’s no cookie? I was told that there would be cookies!
Ugh, whatever. Anyhoo.
Hey, Guise! Today is the first day of November! As you should know by now, I attempt to do a first day of the month goals post for each month. It typically entails all of my financial goals that I hoped to at least start working on , if not completely annihilate, altogether.
The last few months, I was pumped! But, to be honest, this past October has been a complete and utter financial failure. Not nan goal was crushed, not to mention, annihilated. I failed. But to be honest, it was kinda worth it. Read more about what happened here. I’m still a lil’ shamed.
But, BE CLEA’! (please read that in TI’s voice in the movie, Atlanta), I’m going to get right back onto the wagon that I rolled, tripped and tumbled off of. mmmmKay!
So, in an effort in maintaining a semblance of consistency, I’m going to do it again, this month. And I’m gonna get it right. Promise! So, here we go…
- AGAIN! Get out of debt- COMPLETELY! Still…working..on…this…SHIT! I mentioned again and again how much an epic fail last month was, financially. That horse is dead. starting over rom scratch…again.
- Create a Well-stocked Emergency Fund Saving– Saving still ain’t sexy, but its still necessary. I have managed to squirrel away a few more dollars into my account. Little by little. I can’t wait until I finally pay off my stupid credit card and can really make it rain in my savings account.
- Create Multiple Sources of Income -I have not added any extra monies to my Roth account since I started it. But I plan to, no later than January. Meanwhile, I do my best to avoid check my account, daily. I get emotional when my stocks go red. Not a good feeling.
- Be a Blessing- The holidays are fast approaching. I am trying to decide in which way I want to give back. I’ll let you know when I do! I’m sure volunteerism will be involved, though.
These are just a few of my main goals, on my journey to wealth. There are pretty much the same since the beginning. and they probably won’t change until this stupid card is paid off! I don’t have a timeline, just yet. Maybe by the time I’m 50 years old I can retire. Its at least a good start. Ideally, even sooner. I plan to do a monthly goals post as a way of keeping myself accountable and keeping ya’ll updated on my progress.
Remember, were in this together! What do you think of my list? Is it doable? What’s on your list? Let me know, in the comments!