Financial Health 2020

My goal for 2018 was to not be late for literally everything all of the time. My goal for 2019 was to get Dave through cancer. My goal for 2020 is to learn and deeply understand my financials.

Each of these has been daunting. I spent the first 35 years of my life running late, so I wasn’t sure I could handle it. The cancer diagnosis was the scariest thing I had ever bumped into in my life. And now, figuring out how to manage my money, and to get back on track after a very challenging year, and let’s face it, many years of me having a deep seated fear of dollars and cents. For Christmas, I was given the first two books – The Feminist Financial Handbook, and Broke Millennial – and as of today, have finished them both. Worry-Free Money has been eying me from my bookcase for quite a while now, gathering dust; it is now next on the list. As with anything, the best way for me to learn something is to read everything that I can get my hands on, so this year will be all about the financials.

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