Goal #5 Completed

Yes, we are fast with our y2019 goals this year. Yesterday we have bought a semi-new 2016 Toyota Corolla that has runned just 13.400 km (!) for 13 kEUR. This was done with a leasing. I know I know this is not what DGI do. But inerest were only 2% and I had not enough... Continue Reading →

Project 2035 status update

1,5y ago when I started this blog I posted Why Y2035 and calculation behind it explaining what is the meaning of sites name and the calculation of how things will look like when I will turn 50 years old. Lets have a look at the chart once again. Our portfolio was 22 kEUR value and I have... Continue Reading →

Y2019 Goals

To wrap up Y2018, was a great year 🙂 It all went down to our Family enlargement. As Y2019 has come its time to set goals for this year. And there is no better way as to look at the old Y2018 goals: Have a baby COMPLETED!!! Save 15% of income Completed (Actual 16%)  Run 300 km. (Actual 201 km) – Failed This year... Continue Reading →

The big day has arrived!

Yes, two days ago our beautiful daughter has finally arrived! 51 cm and 3 kg of pure joy 🙂 All is well, all is good. So our main Y2018 Goal is COMPLETED 🙂 It's a life changing event.

Guess what… !

That's right, guess who is pregnant and guess who is going to be a dad!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Tadam! We are 3,5 months into labor right now and expecting to have the best add-on to our little family at begging of October. Since the silent period is over, we told all of our family and... Continue Reading →

Y2018 Goals

And the last thing that has to be done at begging of year is setting year new y2018 goals. There is no better way to set new goals is to have a look at the old ones. So lets look again at our y2017 goals. Have a baby – Failed Save 15% of income. (Actual 9%) – Failed Have Total... Continue Reading →

Y2017 goals update

As mentioned yesterday we have sit together with my wife and ran trough Y2017 goals that I have set also thought about other goals that are more or less important then ones that I've set. It it really important that both of us would be on the same page. As SMART goals middle letter says goals has... Continue Reading →

SMART Goals

One thing that I would like to post is Goal setting methodology called - SMART. This methodology is easy to remember. What kind of goals you have to raise? Yes, smart goals, not dumb ones like play video games without going to the toilet for 48h 🙂 SMART criteria are commonly associated with Peter Drucker's... Continue Reading →

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