I was able to chart out a plan in 2017 through which I might be able to build $10,000 in savings this year. I've resolved to strive for the ten thousand as much as possible but also to be comfortable and accepting if something comes up and chops away at a few hundred here or there. I had several new years resolutions, but I guess this is the biggest or the most important one. I've never really had this much savings to my own name in my entire life, so building up that much would really change myself and put me in a new stage of adulthood.
One and a half years into the paleo diet, I look and feel great. My abs are showing, my biceps are huge, and I think my body is generally in the best shape of my life. There are a lot of new fitness frontiers that I'm on the verge of crossing sooner or later. I remember when it was difficult for me to do even one burpee, one wallball, or one pull-up. Now I'm doing dozens and dozens of reps of these things, as well as attempting more difficult gymnastic elements of CrossFit, like rope climbs and handstand pushups. It will be exciting to see what new frontiers I cross in 2018.
Here is a picture from the New Year's party with Kurt last night. $150 dinner bill, just to contradict everything I just said about being financially responsible and on a diet. Haha. I don't know exactly who does and who doesn't read my blog, but I hope it brings you some sort of enjoyment to read abut my life, and I hope you have a very good new year.