Money Matters

#MoneyMasterClass Recap-Week 52

The year has come to an end!

Believe it or not, we’ve made it through 2020! It was a full year of thinking of finances every day and examining how our money is working for us. If you’ve made it through–even partway–CONGRATS! You’ve put in work to get yourself in a better position financially.

A Year’s Worth of Lessons

This year Gail took us through so many aspects of our lives.

Some of my highlights from the year’s lessons were:

  • Focusing on my core values and goals (Week 1)
  • Making my money work harder by choosing better High Interest Savings Accounts (Week 10)
  • Learning about concepts such as Curveball Accounts (Week 14) and Money Set Points (Week 16)
  • Filling out a 6-month spending analysis with data form my spending journal (Weeks 32-35)

Overall, the value of continually focusing on my finances through the year allowed me to see where my financial stumbling blocks were. It was such a gift to spend the time to really learn and grow.

Looking Forward

Every day is a chance to learn, grow, and make the changes you need to. If you’re not happy with how this past year has gone, now is the chance to start over, move forward, and give things another try!

How was this year for you? Did you have highlights from the Money Master Class lessons?

Missed last week? Check out my recap here: Week 51

New to the Money Master Class? There’s still time to get started!
Check out this Twitter Archive to see all of Gail Vaz-Oxlade’s #MoneyMasterClass tweets from the start.
Find the resources, spreadsheets, and quizzes here: Money Master Class
Check out my weekly recaps to get caught up.
Start here with the Money Master Class Intro and Week One Recap

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Money Rules
Debt Free Forever
CEO of Everything
Money Smart Kids

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