Around a year ago I wrote a post about trying new things. We had just made the decision to sell our sailing boat after 6 years, and were looking forward to having more time to travel over summer. We had also decided to try out new sports and find new things we could do together as a couple.
At the beginning of January I posted my goals for 2018. It helps to actually define them and write them down, and posting them online will keep me accountable.
I thought about posting quarterly goal updates but frankly if things are going off track waiting three months to take action is simply too little too late. So I am going to go with monthly updates instead. That will definitely keep me on my toes!
You know how it is. The kids. The house. The cat. The dog. The job.
It’s easy to lose sight of what really matters and get caught up in the stress of everyday living.
Over the last couple of months Mr SF and I have been on overdrive. We seem to be constantly running from one place to the next, either dropping off one child at gymnastics or picking up another child from drama club. Continue reading “An Investment in our Relationship”
It’s the phenomenon that has captured everyone’s attention. A year ago one Bitcoin was worth around USD900, but now it is trading at USD11,347 – after reaching an eye watering USD19,206 in December. It is therefore inevitable that everyone is asking the same question – Should I buy Bitcoin?Continue reading “Should I buy Bitcoin?”
Once you get the knitting bug you start trawling the web for free patterns, hoping to find something useful that you can knit for yourself, family or friends. In my case it also needs to be relatively easy to make (I’m a beginner) and ideally quick (I’m impatient!).
Over the last year blockchain and cryptocurrencies have made the leap from being the domain of geeks and technology early adopters to capturing the public’s imagination.
News about Bitcoin or Ethereum, or any one of the hundreds of Initial Coin Offering (ICOs) that happened last year is hitting our newsfeeds with increasing regularity. Stories of “Bitcoin millionaires” and people making fortunes trading cryptocurrencies are shared with enthusiasm by the cryptobelievers, while the cryptosceptics post articles about Warren Buffett and his belief that “in terms of cryptocurrencies, generally, I can say with almost certainty that they will come to a bad ending.”