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Happy new year, everyone! I hope you all enjoyed a relaxing holiday with friends and family. Now that it's officially 2017, I have to admit that I have never been good at keeping New Year's resolutions. I tend to focus more on lofty end goals and less on the habits I need to adopt to get there. Inevitably, I lose track, get overwhelmed, and give up within the first month or two. Anyone else in the same boat?
Now don't get me wrong. I'm all for dreaming big. But you also have to be mindful of the journey it will take to get there. This year, I'm resolving to think about my resolutions in a different way. Instead of blindly setting an end goal, I am going to focus on actionable behaviors that will help me get there.
This year, I encourage you to set some financial resolutions with me. But instead of resolving to "save more" or "spend less," I want you to think about specific habits you can adopt to improve your financial fitness. To get you started, I'm sharing five financial resolutions that will set you up for your best year yet.