New Year’s resolutions are a great way to give yourself something to work towards over a year. And you’ve already been sharing some of your personal goals in this thread.
But what are your financial new year’s resolutions in 2019? What do you want to start doing, or stop doing?
Perhaps you want to stop spending so much. Is 2019 the year you stop spending money on your daily coffee, or bring your own lunch from home?
You might even be giving yourself a financial MOT by auditing your own finances. Where can you be saving money now? Do you really need all those subscriptions?
My goal is to get serious about saving. I want to push myself to see if I can put a few hundred a month into a Help to Buy ISA and get on the road to home ownership (one day!)
Let us know your money resolutions below!