What are your plans for 2019?
Will you be making any changes in the coming year?
Will you be more frugal?
Have you seen Terry Wahl's protocol? Check out YouTube. She had progressive MS and was also a medical doctor. She went from wheelchair to biking miles each day and reversed progression. Eating very clean, eliminating inflammatory foods such as grains and dairy.Not sure what my plans are for 2019.
My first decision is to re-evaluate my health. I've taken steps to explore holistic approaches to my auto-immune issues and will see if they're helping or not. If I'm feeling better and my bloodwork is better, then I'll continue along my path of full-time work.
If my approaches are not helping and I feel that working less hours will help, then that's what I'll do. Focus on myself more and work less.
Extreme frugality will come into play if I work less. With less hours = less income. I will work to save for our big trip but that will be all.
Did you write my goals for me(lol) you have 4 on there that i really need to work on No 1-4-5-6 and a lot of other.Goals:
1.) Become active in my local church, spend more time reading/meditating on my Bible
2.) EXPAND the vegetable garden...plant greater variety...eat lots more produce from the garden
3.) Sew alot more, practice altering/repurposing items ( I can find LOTS of good quality items at my local thrifty which are functional after altering)
4.) Build my emergency fund
5.) Follow my budget more closely ( those late night Amazon shopping episodes MUST STOP!)
6.) Practice keeping my mouth shut ...my family members do not need my opinion unless I am asked for it...as most time they just need someone to listen....I encouraged alot of contention last year by giving my opinion regarding their financial status.