Browsing tag: Yearly reflections

At the end of 2014, I labeled 2015 The Year of Consistency, and it was. We consistently tracked all of our spending and mostly stuck to our budget (Full year budget assessment coming soon!). However, I think I’d like to rename the year 2015 as The Year of Refinement. As Steve mentioned in his Reflections […]

Reflecting on 2015: A year of fun and insane saving

Published December 31, 2015   Posted in How to Think

Damn, life is good. As you know from last year‘s life-changing reflection, I hate New Years resolutions. Instead, I reflect on the past year to figure out the things that I should keep doing and what mistakes that I need to avoid in the future. I love these posts. And one thing is for sure: 2015 […]

Reflecting on 2014: A year of change, from the Mrs

Published December 30, 2014   Posted in How to Think

Wow. 2014. What an amazingly hectic, surprising, up-lifting, life-changing year.  You’ve already seen my husband’s reflections on the past year, so I thought I would share my take as well. 2014 will definitely go down in my personal history as the year that changed EVERYTHING.

Reflecting on 2014 – The year that changed my life

Published December 29, 2014   Posted in How to Think

Yesterday, I wrote about my yearly ritual of reflecting on what I did right, what I could have done better, and what truly made me happy over the past year.  2014 has been one hell of a year, and my happiness level has never been higher.  I’m happy.  I’m healthy.  I am on the path […]