The Resolution 2018: Wrap-up

res·o·lu·tion /ˌrezəˈlo͞oSH(ə)n/noun  
1. a firm decision to do or not to do something
2. the quality of being determined or resolute.

A “New Year’s” Resolution is just one way of making resolve

It takes resolve to see something through. A “New Year’s” resolution is simply a pledge to take something on at the start of a New Year that you intend to maintain throughout the year (or beyond). But we take make all sorts of resolutions of all shapes and sizes at any time we like. The turning of a New Year is simply a convenient tracking marker.

This year, I plan to focus much less on updating my blog with monthly spending updates, as they became the crux of the blog by the end of the year. The intention of The Resolution, of course, was simply to find out how much I really spend, on everything, which I have more or less done.* I will try to get back to writing about my journey to financial freedom and the meaningful adventures I make and things I learn along the way, while applying resolve in many other important aspects of my life and financial journey.

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