- Take a family trip. We're planning on Hawaii over spring break.
- Teach our youngest son to ski, and continue to help our oldest son improve his skills.
- Set up will/trust/guardianship for the kids. This is getting carried over from 2011, because I don't see this happening in the next few weeks.
- Get promoted at work or find a new job
- Start volunteer writing
- Achieve/maintain my weight at 130
- Run a 1/2 marathon
- Complete 8500 minutes of cardio
- Learn to bake bread
- Fund boys college accounts to 50% (currently at 40% each)
- Pay down vacation mortgage to $200,000. This will mean paying off roughly $107,500 of the principal this year. Still crunching the numbers to see if we can do this.
- Pay off M's 401K loan. (We may get this done this month in 2011, but it takes a long time to get the paperwork to clear. Funds, however, are ready to go for this.)
- Pay down HELOC to under $100K This will mean paying off roughly $80,000 of principal in 2012. Still crunching numbers to see if we can do this.
- Consider/research/investigate rental property
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I'm working on my goals right now, it's crazy to think that the year is almost over!ReplyDelete
What great, measurable goals! I want to wait until the end of December to finalize our 2012 goals. I have in mind what I'd like to have for our financial goals, but until I can see exactly how much was spent in 2011 (this is the first year we've tracked expenses all 12 months) it's hard to determine what will be realistic.ReplyDelete
Steady - part of my role at work involves setting extremely specific & measurable goals, so it comes naturally by now. ;-)ReplyDelete
Michelle - I know! Can't believe it myself.
Our goals are done...now I'm ready to get started!ReplyDelete
Good luck with yours - I'll be cheering you on :)