It’s Jeremy here, I just wanted to catch up with you to wish you a happy, blessed and prosperous New Year.
How do you spend New Year’s Eve? Do you have any resolutions? Will you keep them?
Instead of making resolutions, my wife and I had our usual planning day on New Year’s Eve, we went to the beautiful Leeds Castle, famously dubbed “The Most Beautiful Castle In All England”.
Here we made plans for the year ahead, and had a lovely meal….we both went for the fish and chips option followed by a delicious cream tea!
We usually plan through the key areas of life; health, wealth, family, spiritual, social, mental (learning) and fun; and it seems that this year is a year of change with both of us trying new things.
It seems over here now that Brexit is on the cards we can get back to a bit more economic certainty and possibly closer ties to the USA and Commonwealth countries; certainly the future seems bright, even if the global picture is fairly confused.
My advice to you is to take your finances carefully in hand this year. My book of the month is “I Need Money” by Paul O’Mahony and Chris Farrell. It’s an easy read (I read it in a couple of days) and is a book that both you and your kids will find practical and highly informative.
To get a copy of the book: click here.
What is your vision for the New Year and the new decade? Whatever it is I wish you and your family a wonderful time,