December Goals

Since this whole being hyper aggressive with my goals isn’t working all that well I think this month I’m going to try to be a bit more aggressive in the execution but set some more realistic goals. The pocket money experiment is progressing well but I’m only into day 2 so time will tell how well it turns out. I think that for December when it comes to the actual goals I should try to limit the monetary hemorrhaging that often happens around this time of year. If I can accomplish this then maybe I’ll be able to achieve the goals.

With that said here are my goals for the month of December:

  • Limit the credit card usage as much as possible.
  • Get the credit card debt down to $11,000
  • Use the money from the coin jar for my gifts ($350-400).
  • Get my net worth over $10,000 again
  • Invest $200 into mutual funds.
  • Use pocket money for all non-bill related expenses in an effort to reduce spending.
  • Track all expenses for the month.

[tags]Monthly goal, debt reduction, goals, credit cards[/tags]

2 thoughts on “December Goals”

  1. Great improvement on goal setting. Sometimes being too strict can lead to a starvation/deprivation/punishment type activity. Keeping things simple such as more cash, less credit cards(less confusion) can do wonders for motivation!

  2. Hello, I’ve accidently found your site while searching around Google as I’m searching for some info on debt relief!. I think it’s an interesting blog so I have bookmarked your site and intend to revisit you another day to give it a more indepth read when I can give it more time.

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