Past the halfway mark: On keeping in line with 2020 goals

Six months of 2020 have been and gone, and what a set of months they were. So far this year there’s been coronavirus, lockdowns, and political and social unrest (some because of issues stemming from ongoing racial injustice, and some because people have been anxious for life to get back to normal). It’s been a … Continue reading Past the halfway mark: On keeping in line with 2020 goals

Three down and nine to go – An update on my 2020 so far

It’s only just reached the end of March, but it’s already evident that 2020 is a start to the decade that will go down in history – though not for positive reasons. I’m sure many of us were hopeful for the year ahead when it began, and it’s a shame that things already aren’t going … Continue reading Three down and nine to go – An update on my 2020 so far

On budgeting: One month down (and many more to go)

One of my New Year’s resolutions was to manage my finances better. I started my journey towards that goal by reading The Meaningful Money Handbook, which I cannot recommend enough. The next step I took was budgeting my money and starting to build some savings. With the help of the handbook and author Pete Matthew’s … Continue reading On budgeting: One month down (and many more to go)