My three year plan. Am I going to stick to it? Probably not. But it’s nice to have a plan, right? At the end of the day, you have no idea what is going to happen tomorrow so my three year plan is more like a three year guideline. I am the kind of person that likes a plan because it helps me get my head around changes. I’m growing up, I’m getting older and things are naturally changing. So, my three year plan, what is it?
2019 was all about moving forward. Moving forward in my relationship, moving forward in my career and moving 50 miles down the M4 to Swindon. All my time, energy and money has gone into making a beautiful home from scratch with my boyfriend and doggo. I’m also being smart and clearing my credit card. I decided to be serious about clearing what’s left on it so that it’s just gone. Credit cards are sometimes necessary but also bad news. I am getting rid immediately.
2020 is all about holidays. We are planning to head off to New York in the first quarter of this year! I am so excited about my first trip to the big apple because I have always wanted to go. I’ll be heading to all the cool spots you see in Gossip Girl and Sex in the City because I am that kind of loser. But I also want to buy so much awesome vintage clothing from stores in Brooklyn. Maybe even get myself a tattoo as well.
In the second half of the year we planning a beach holiday. Few days sunning ourselves on a beach, taking in the sights and spend some romantic quality time together.
I hope to also fit in a few extra weekend or day trips in throughout the year. It’s my last year in my 20’s so I want to have a bit of fun.
2021 seems too far away but it’s the year to save hard. I’ll be turning 31 years old in December of that year and I want to get myself set up with a bit of house deposit/savings/plan for my 30’s. It’s just a bit of a practical plan to save a bit harder. I feel like when you hit 30, you’re officially a real adult. So I probably need to stop spending all my money on homeware and clothes. Maybe. We will see…
My three year plan is a guideline. It’s healthy to have a bit of forward thinking but I’m not sticking to it completely. Life throws you curveballs and I’m ready to catch one in my three year plan if that’s what is meant to happen. As what will be will be.