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The Money Edit is for women who are passionate about personal finance and financial independence.

This is a place to change your mind about spending, saving and living your best life.

2018 failures, wins and plans for 2019 

2018 failures, wins and plans for 2019 

** thank you to the brilliant Brad Montague for the cover illustration

I love this time of year because it’s a natural time for both reflection and forward thinking. It’s time to think about all you’ve accomplished, how you felt and what you truly want for your life over the next year.

2018 was the first year of The Money Edit and I want to share some highlights, lowlights and plans for 2019.

Reader highlights

Hot tip

Personal highlight

Something I’m proud of is committing to this blog. I discovered that I love writing and connecting with readers from all over the globe. To my LadyInvestors group, my coach Diane, the gals at Paper & Coin and all of the readers who have commented, emailed and face-timed me, I’ve really enjoyed learning and growing together. You made this year memorable. Thank you!! XO

Personal lowlight

Something I failed at was posting and sending emails consistently. I’ve revised my goal for 2019… keep reading!

What I’m bringing to the table for 2019:

  • I will curate diverse content for my LadyInvestors Victoria group (if you live on Vancouver Island, please join! We also have groups in Yellowknife and Montreal)

  • I will create a money edit/lady investors online book club

  • I will include more content about how money and life intersect, and different resources that I find interesting and you may too (think travelling and relationships…)

  • I will be a guest contributor on more money blogs! If you know anyone who would like to work with me, please connect us!

Taking off the pressure

Regarding my 2018 consistency failure, I feel a lot of (self-imposed) pressure to post every week but it just doesn’t fit into my life. I write best when I’m passionate about a topic and want to share, so that’s what I’m going to do.

  • In 2019 I will write when I have something to share as opposed to feeling guilty about a self-imposed schedule. Yeah! 

There’s one thing I can say for sure, the best is yet to come!

What do you want to hear more about in 2019? What are your goals for the year?

Introducing the money edit book club

Introducing the money edit book club

Part 3: Passive income & the bright side of being priced out of the market

Part 3: Passive income & the bright side of being priced out of the market