Finance Goals for 2018

Today is my 24th birthday, and I’m sharing 10 financial goals for the new year. I’d love to hear yours!

 

  • Never pay any late-payment fees on credit card bills

  • Use more digital coupons and less paper coupons

  • Save for a down payment on a house

  • Buy a house

  • Price out grocery trips and estimate weekly total

  • Save money by not eating out more than three times a month

  • Don’t online shop without consulting rebate apps

  • Set spending budgets in Learnvest and stick to them more strictly

  • Do more DIY projects to save money on things like household cleaners and skincare

  • Don’t regret any purchases you make this year

2 thoughts on “Finance Goals for 2018

  1. I love these finance goals (esp. the last one)! It’s important to have goals and hold yourself to them, while giving yourself a little slack if you do end up breaking a resolution. There’s always tomorrow! Never too late to start again.

    You’ve inspired me to make my own money resolutions this year! I want to take about four mini trips in 2018 (instead of one large one); eat out max. only once per week; don’t buy alcohol for the whole month of January (longer if I can help it); and start using the rebate apps you mentioned in another one of your posts! Thanks for the inspo. Xoxo

    1. Hey girl!

      Yay! I’m so glad you’re making the most of 2018 so far by making it a goal to take more than just one trip this year! I’m so excited to hear about all the adventures you’ll have. Eating out is such a hard habit to break sometimes, especially when you have delicious and healthy options nearby, but I know you can do it! I’m also really digging the no buy alcohol for as long as you can. Alcohol can get really expensive sometimes! Thanks for always being the biggest cheerleader a friend could ask for!! xx

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