Another year come and gone and I can say that 2018 was definitely interesting and wasn’t anything out of the park but memorable. 2018 was a year filled with determination and figuring out the future; and needless to say 2019 is the year of maintaining my mental health and pushing forward on Marc and I’s goals.
Every year I come up with crazy resolutions and never feel like I am able to follow through with them after a week. This year is a year of focus and determination; no wimping out a week into the year haha.
This New Years Marc and I spent it with our parents and we had a blast, genuinely. Taking it easy was much needed since spending a ton of money in Nashville was not an option. Although it was crowded we managed to have a great time at Music City Midnight downtown. My parents have never been out for New Years so it was so awesome to see them out having fun with us.
Music City Midnight was held in Bicentennial Park in Nashville and it was completely free for all ages. It was the first time Marc and I had gone and it was cool doing something different but probably wouldn’t go back. Unfortunately, My mom and I had to use the bathroom close to midnight and they would not let us back in to where we came out; so we were a bit bummed out about that. Besides that, all in all it was a great time.
- Spend Less & ONLY buy what I NEED and not what I WANT
- Save 13K in SIX months, to buy a home with Marc
- Go To Grad School and Get my Teaching Certification!
- Focus On Myself, and Stop Worrying About THINGS that I Cannot Control
I plan on focusing more on the future so Marc and I can grow into the next chapter of our lives. Which I am so excited about but that can be in another blog post. Especially how we are able to save 13K in the next six months (which I am tempted to make a whole series about when we hit milestones). Most of these things are attainable for Marc and I, minus my grad school program since it takes up to two years to finish. But, I am so excited to start the process.
Until next time,