- Update my resume – I haven’t done this since I graduated. It is long overdue.
- Prepare to file my income taxes – This includes making sure my RRSP contributions are topped up and printing out my charitable donation receipts.
- Re-balance my Portfolio – I need to figure out my current asset allocation first, and then start buying some e-series fund to re-balance my portfolio. Hopefully my TD e-series RSP is set up soon.
- Make my shopping list– I need a section for home, clothes and make-up. I really need to focus and differentiate what my reasonable wants and wish list items are.
- No buying make-up– In particular, no more lipstick for me. I do have 6 compacts I can trade into MAC for a free eyeshadow or lipstick.
- Walk for 30 minutes, 3 days a week – I really need to start moving around and being more active. This is a pretty painless way to start. I really enjoy walks 🙂
- Get my credit report – I’ve never checked my credit report or credit score. I know, it’s bad. But I’m going to do it this month.
- $0 Budget – Tally both expenses and savings at the end of the month then allocate the “extra” to something.
- Eat Fruits – Incorperate more fruits in my diet. At least once a day.
- Bring my lunch to work – Not only does this save me money, it is also much healthier.
- Offline by 9:30pm – 10:oopm – I need to spend time away from the computer and read/unwind/chill-out before I go to sleep.
- Read 1 book a month – I started reading Jean Chretien’s “My Years as Prime Minister”. I’m really enjoying it and BF and I sometimes read it together.
Readers, what do you have planned for February?
PS. Have you joined in on the discussion on my post: Should I Buy Chanel? I’d love to hear your opinion. 🙂