2019 Goals

comicguy

DIS Veteran
Joined
Mar 27, 2006
It is time to set some new goals for the new year. Last year I had a laundry list of goals and did pretty well with them. Only one was a compete failure! I like to post my goals so I have some sort of accountability. It is too easy to have a checklist and hope for the best. This way I feel like I have to update the list as it is public, just what works for me I guess. I am again using the SMART goals method to help with results. Again there are a lot of goals but that is what keeps me motivated!

If anyone else wants to join in please do so (the more the merrier), maybe we can be motivation for each other :cheer2:

Anyway, here are my goals broken down by category:


2019 Goals

Financial

*Vacation fund 50/week
0/2600

Corvette fund goal 5000
0/5000

Roth goal 5,000
0/5000

Eat out once per week or less
0/52

Throw away less food
0/104

*Cut Discretionary Spending 20%

Run annual credit reports

*Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
0/180


Life

*Read 25 Books
0/25

Start learning a foreign language
0/100 days

Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
0/24

Take 2 free MOC’s
0/2

Decrease levels of stress

Hand control of a community program to someone new

Adventure

Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

Attend a large regional comic-con

Spend more meaningful time outdoors
0/24

Health

*Weight loss (30 lbs)
0/30

Gain some muscle mass

Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
0/52

House

Declutter 500 items
0/500

*Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand

*Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom

*Fix Leaking Gutter

*Add Leaf catchers to gutters

*Insulate cellar staircase

*Re-insulate cellar

*Fill curbing cracks

Remodel master bedroom

Remodel upstairs hallway

Remove railing from “balcony”

Reseal upstairs window

Reseal roof above den

Replace cellar stairs

Landscape corner of house

Landscape street side of house

Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch


* Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
 

becalubob

DIS Veteran
Joined
Oct 31, 2006
That was a super impressive 2018, Comicguy!

I’ve had a pretty productive last few months, so I’m feeling motivated to keep the momentum going!!

Financial
Have June Florida trip paid off by May. (Will probably be using tax refund for a big chunk of this.)
Start saving for cruise planned for 2020.
Set money aside for daughter’s college expenses.
Save money for Christmas. (I have seven kids, so I try to shop all year round.)
Set aside money for the roof. I think we’ll need to re-shingle soon.

House
Continue decluttering. Aiming for 1000 items, hopefully more.
Get new couch for upstairs living room. (This one is a must; currently have two recliners that have seen better days. I’ll be hosting Christmas Eve in 2019 and I’ll need the extra seating.)
Once I get the couch, I’d like to get new dining room chairs, if I can swing that, then I’d like a new dining room table next. I’ll see how that goes. The dining set isn’t absolutely essential, but would be nice to have. DH is in his last year of school, so these aren’t very high priorities right now.

Kids
Really push the extra reading and math practice with my 1st grader.
Encourage healthy eating choices and trying new foods for my two picky eaters.
Throw a nice graduation reception for my senior.

Personal
Continue to embrace the power of “no”. (I no longer feel bad about declining things I don’t want to do/have no interest in, like Tupperware parties, etc.)
Continue to keep the joy-suckers out of my life. (Life is too short to associate with folks that are negative all the time and leave me feeling drained.)
Read one book each month. (Taking Comicguy’s lead here, but starting on a smaller scale. I use to love to read, then I remarried, doubled my family size, and reading for pleasure got put on the back burner!)
Do/get one thing for myself each month. (I turned 40 in October, and it really hit me that it’s time to treat myself more.)
Loose next 20 pounds. (I’ve lost 20 since October, but I’m pretty sure I gained back at least five from Christmas Break.)
Start walking more. (I can do this in the winter at either the old mall by my work, or the enclosed college football dome close to my house. I really have no excuses here given the close proximity.)

Work
Continue keeping my inbox tidy.
Delete old files I no longer need or have saved somewhere else.

I think that’s everything!!
 
  • OhMari

    WDW PreTrip and Trip Moderator
    Moderator
    Joined
    Apr 23, 2000
    It is time to set some new goals for the new year. Last year I had a laundry list of goals and did pretty well with them. Only one was a compete failure! I like to post my goals so I have some sort of accountability. It is too easy to have a checklist and hope for the best. This way I feel like I have to update the list as it is public, just what works for me I guess. I am again using the SMART goals method to help with results. Again there are a lot of goals but that is what keeps me motivated!

    If anyone else wants to join in please do so (the more the merrier), maybe we can be motivation for each other :cheer2:

    Anyway, here are my goals broken down by category:


    2019 Goals

    Financial

    *Vacation fund 50/week
    0/2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    0/5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    0/5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    0/52

    Throw away less food
    0/104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%

    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    0/180


    Life

    *Read 25 Books
    0/25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0/100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    0/24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0/2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0/24

    Health

    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    0/30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    0/52

    House

    Declutter 500 items
    0/500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand

    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom

    *Fix Leaking Gutter

    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters

    *Insulate cellar staircase

    *Re-insulate cellar

    *Fill curbing cracks

    Remodel master bedroom

    Remodel upstairs hallway

    Remove railing from “balcony”

    Reseal upstairs window

    Reseal roof above den

    Replace cellar stairs

    Landscape corner of house

    Landscape street side of house

    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch


    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
    What is Comic Com.
    A Corvette for $5000? Save your money, they are so hard to climb in and out of..

    Congratulations on meeting last years goals.
     

    Deffenm

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 15, 2005
    Wow you have a great list! Here are the goals I have so far.

    Financial
    Find new job- my current position is being eliminated in March
    Pay off credit card
    Build up emergency fund - amount to be determined
    Reduce grocery budget and food waste!

    Vacations
    Pay off Disney trip, as long as have new job if not cancel.
    Save up for trip for DH and I to celebrate 20th anniversary
    Save up and pay for wedding cruise for brother in Nov

    Health
    Lose last 15 pounds
    Complete first marathon

    Personal
    Learn something new
    Grow more veggies in garden. Planning lettuce, squash, peppers, and tomatoes so far

    House
    Buy new living room furniture
    Repaint living room and kitchen
    Buy new lawn mower
    Get rid of clutter in bedroom and basement
     

    comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    What is Comic Com.
    A Corvette for $5000? Save your money, they are so hard to climb in and out of..

    Congratulations on meeting last years goals.
    Comic-Con is a comic book convention to buy/sell comics, meet artists and writers, and all things pop culture

    The 5000 for the corvette is just the starting of the savings to put down for a used model in a few years :)
     
  • sunflowerfields

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jan 27, 2013
    for me it is lose weight-25 lbs. would be good. This is needed for my health, not just to be thin.
    stress less over things that aren't all that important.
    be kind, by this I mean always be positive, and reach out to others. I really believe everyone needs that. I don't know what others are dealing with. I am shy and struggle with reaching out first.
    keep trying to be more organized. I have been working on this one!
    Lots of other things I should set as goals, but then I would be overwhelmed!
    and somebody said read 25 books. I like that. I am adding read more to my list.
    WOW! I forgot the biggest one I am thinking about which is to get my grocery spending under control.
     

    sk!mom

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Dec 30, 2000
    Comic-Con is a comic book convention to buy/sell comics, meet artists and writers, and all things pop culture

    The 5000 for the corvette is just the starting of the savings to put down for a used model in a few years :)
    My DH and DS have done some large Cons the last few years. DH is not into it really but it has been a great bonding trip with our adult son and they've had some cool photos taken and fun experiences.

    They met and got a photo with William Shatner at one and then Lou Ferrigno and Ric Flair this year. DH is a lifelong weight trainer so Ferrigno was cool for him. DS is a huge Trekkie so he also has photos with Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Robert Picardo, and Robert Dorn. All names may be misspelled as I am not a Trekkie.

    Good luck with your goals!
     

    toonaspie

    Just a poser
    Joined
    May 30, 2010
    My goal last year of having $1000 minimum added to my bank account each month failed miserably. I have only myself to blame. This year I am determined to get rid of my worst spending habit which is eating out too much. It takes more out of your finances than you think. I've been tiring of restaraunts serving me mediocre meals at high prices anyway. If I eat out it will only be for special events and emergencies, and not when I'm too lazy to cook. If I have a craving for something I will see if it's something I can get from the grocery store first.

    Aside from that I would also like to use 20 lbs. I was making great strides with weight loss in the early half of last year but fell off the wagon during the later half.

    Within a few years time I will be at a point where I may have to stop drinking soda entirely. It hasn't done good things for my head or stomach.

    Last year I started doing some pretty good decluttering but I still have a long way to go. This year I need to focus on sorting out the massive amount of clothes I have collecting dust. The house I'm currently living in needs fixes pretty much everywhere. I think the outside should take priority first. Lots of landscaping that needs to be fixed and the like.
     

    comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    Week 1 update: Off to a decent start!!

    2019 Goals

    Financial

    *Vacation fund 50/week
    50 / 2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    275 / 5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    275 / 5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    1 / 52

    Throw away less food
    1 / 104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%
    • Car #3 has been disposed of and insurance coverage cancelled, savings of $600
    • Drop Family Health Insurance Plan to two Individual Plans as son has aged off, savings of $1200

    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    3 / 180

    Life
    *Read 25 Books
    1 / 25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0 / 100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    1 / 24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0 / 2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0 / 24


    Health
    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    0 / 30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    0 / 52


    House
    Declutter 500 items
    72 / 500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand
    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom
    *Fix Leaking Gutter
    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters
    *Insulate cellar staircase
    *Re-insulate cellar
    *Fill curbing cracks
    Remodel master bedroom
    Remodel upstairs hallway
    Remove railing from “balcony”
    Reseal upstairs window
    Reseal roof above den
    Replace cellar stairs
    Landscape corner of house
    Landscape street side of house
    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch

    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
     
  • comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    Week 2 update: Not a overly productive week but at least something :)

    2019 Goals

    Financial
    *Vacation fund 50/week
    100 / 2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    275 / 5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    275 / 5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    2 / 52

    Throw away less food
    2 / 104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%
    • Car #3 has been disposed of and insurance coverage cancelled, savings of $600
    • Drop Family Health Insurance Plan to two Individual Plans as son has aged off, savings of $1200
    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    8 / 180

    Life
    *Read 25 Books
    1 / 25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0 / 100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    1 / 24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0 / 2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0 / 24

    Health
    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    1 / 30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    0 / 52

    House
    Declutter 500 items
    76 / 500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand
    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom
    *Fix Leaking Gutter
    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters
    *Insulate cellar staircase
    *Re-insulate cellar
    *Fill curbing cracks
    Remodel master bedroom
    Remodel upstairs hallway
    Remove railing from “balcony”
    Reseal upstairs window
    Reseal roof above den
    Replace cellar stairs
    Landscape corner of house
    Landscape street side of house
    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch

    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
     

    Deffenm

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 15, 2005
    Wow you have a great list! Here are the goals I have so far.

    Financial
    Find new job- my current position is being eliminated in March - Still looking for job, received severance package info
    Pay off credit card
    Build up emergency fund - amount to be determined - First goal is $2000 (currently have $300) long term goal is $25,000
    Reduce grocery budget and food waste! - Budgeting $200 per week/$800 per month. Week 1 and Week 2 came in at $199. So far on target.

    Vacations
    Pay off Disney trip, as long as have new job if not cancel.
    Save up for trip for DH and I to celebrate 20th anniversary
    Save up and pay for wedding cruise for brother in Nov - made savings plan over the weekend. Need about $3,300.

    Health
    Lose last 15 pounds - Lost 5 lbs
    Complete first marathon

    Personal
    Learn something new
    Grow more veggies in garden. Planning lettuce, squash, peppers, and tomatoes so far - placed hold for books from library to see about starting a kitchen garden over the winter.

    House
    Buy new living room furniture
    Repaint living room and kitchen
    Buy new lawn mower
    Get rid of clutter in bedroom and basement
     

    comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    Week 3 update:

    2019 Goals

    Financial
    *Vacation fund 50/week

    150 / 2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    421 / 5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    350 / 5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    3 / 52

    Throw away less food
    5 / 104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%
    • 1/2 Car #3 has been disposed of and insurance coverage cancelled, savings of $600
    • 1/2 Drop Family Health Insurance Plan to two Individual Plans as son has aged off, savings of $1200
    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    13 / 180

    Life
    *Read 25 Books
    2 / 25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0 / 100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    1 / 24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0 / 2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0 / 24

    Health
    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    1 / 30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    0 / 52

    House
    Declutter 500 items
    92 / 500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand
    1/18 Used up 12 sheet protectors for a robotics project and recycled the empty box
    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom
    *Fix Leaking Gutter
    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters
    *Insulate cellar staircase
    *Re-insulate cellar
    *Fill curbing cracks
    Remodel master bedroom
    Remodel upstairs hallway
    Remove railing from “balcony”
    Reseal upstairs window
    Reseal roof above den
    Replace cellar stairs
    Landscape corner of house
    Landscape street side of house
    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch

    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
     

    comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    Week 4 update:

    2019 Goals

    Financial
    *Vacation fund 50/week
    200 / 2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    421 / 5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    350 / 5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    4 / 52

    Throw away less food
    7 / 104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%
    • 1/2 Car #3 has been disposed of and insurance coverage cancelled, savings of $600
    • 1/2 Drop Family Health Insurance Plan to two Individual Plans as son has aged off, savings of $1200
    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    17 / 180

    Life
    *Read 25 Books
    6 / 25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0 / 100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    1 / 24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0 / 2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0 / 24

    Health
    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    3 / 30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    1 / 52

    House
    Declutter 500 items
    104/ 500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand
    1/18 Used up 12 sheet protectors for a robotics project and recycled the empty box
    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom
    *Fix Leaking Gutter
    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters
    *Insulate cellar staircase
    *Re-insulate cellar
    *Fill curbing cracks
    Remodel master bedroom
    Remodel upstairs hallway
    Remove railing from “balcony”
    Reseal upstairs window
    Reseal roof above den
    Replace cellar stairs
    Landscape corner of house
    Landscape street side of house
    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch

    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
     

    Deffenm

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 15, 2005
    Financial
    Find new job- my current position is being eliminated in March - Still looking for job. Made it to 2nd round interview waiting to hear if made it to final round!
    Pay off credit card
    Build up emergency fund - amount to be determined
    Reduce grocery budget and food waste! - Reduced grocery budget from $1000 to $800 in Jan. and either used up all food or put in freezer for another meal later on.

    Vacations
    Pay off Disney trip, as long as have new job if not cancel. - Have money saved just waiting to secure job or ultimately cancel
    Save up for trip for DH and I to celebrate 20th anniversary - Have trip planned and know how much money need
    Save up and pay for wedding cruise for brother in Nov - Brother and Fiance have cancelled wedding cruise as they are expecting their 1st child so savings there. :)

    Health
    Lose last 15 pounds - 9 pounds left to go!
    Complete first marathon - actively training - planning for Oct. race

    Personal
    Learn something new - planning to do our taxes this year to save money. Really nervous about this.
    Grow more veggies in garden. Planning lettuce, squash, peppers, and tomatoes so far

    House
    Buy new living room furniture
    Repaint living room and kitchen
    Buy new lawn mower
    Get rid of clutter in bedroom and basement - Bedroom clutter gone!
     

    gottalovepluto

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jul 14, 2014
    OP, I see you have "run annual credit reports" in your list. In this day and age checking on your credit report once a year is not enough, you should be actively monitoring them. This can be done for free via Credit Karma for TransUnion and Equifax, and via Experian for Experian. You can even set up free alerts so you are alerted when anything changes on your credit reports.
    -they will try to sell you packages (especially Experian) for monitoring but in my experience those aren't necessary
    -the FICO score from Credit Karma is more of a "FAKO" as they calculate differently than most companies who will pull your credit but what you're after here is the data in your credit report anyway
    -both Credit Karma and Experian have apps
     

    comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    Week 5 update:

    2019 Goals

    Financial
    *Vacation fund 50/week
    250 / 2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    496 / 5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    425 / 5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    4 / 52

    Throw away less food
    7 / 104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%
    • 1/2 Car #3 has been disposed of and insurance coverage cancelled, savings of $600
    • 1/2 Drop Family Health Insurance Plan to two Individual Plans as son has aged off, savings of $1200
    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    22 / 180

    Life
    *Read 25 Books
    7 / 25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0 / 100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    2 / 24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0 / 2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0 / 24

    Health
    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    3 / 30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    2 / 52

    House
    Declutter 500 items
    105/ 500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand
    1/18 Used up 12 sheet protectors for a robotics project and recycled the empty box

    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom
    *Fix Leaking Gutter
    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters
    *Insulate cellar staircase
    *Re-insulate cellar
    *Fill curbing cracks
    Remodel master bedroom
    Remodel upstairs hallway
    Remove railing from “balcony”
    Reseal upstairs window
    Reseal roof above den
    Replace cellar stairs
    Landscape corner of house
    Landscape street side of house
    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch

    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
     

    Deffenm

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 15, 2005
    Financial
    Find new job- my current position is being eliminated in March - Still looking for job. Made it to 2nd round interview waiting to hear if made it to final round!

    Quick update, I was offered the job I interviewed for. So no changes to salary or anything. I start officially on Feb. 11th so I have one more "easy" week before I start learning a new role. I am so excited!
     

    comicguy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 27, 2006
    Week 6 update:

    2019 Goals

    Financial
    *Vacation fund 50/week
    300 / 2600

    Corvette fund goal 5000
    512 / 5000

    Roth goal 5,000
    425 / 5000

    Eat out once per week or less
    5 / 52

    Throw away less food
    8 / 104

    *Cut Discretionary Spending 20%
    • 1/2 Car #3 has been disposed of and insurance coverage cancelled, savings of $600
    • 1/2 Drop Family Health Insurance Plan to two Individual Plans as son has aged off, savings of $1200
    • Grocery Spending January 2019 spent less than January 2018 savings $50
    Run annual credit reports

    *Continue to bring lunch to work everyday
    27 / 180

    Life
    *Read 25 Books
    8 / 25

    Start learning a foreign language
    0 / 100 days

    Less Procrastination (if it takes 15 minutes or less to do, just get it done!)
    2 / 24

    Take 2 free MOC’s
    0 / 2

    Decrease levels of stress

    Hand control of a community program to someone new

    Adventure

    Spend a mini vacation someplace new (in addition to our yearly WDW vacation)

    Attend a large regional comic-con

    Spend more meaningful time outdoors
    0 / 24

    Health
    *Weight loss (30 lbs)
    3 / 30

    Gain some muscle mass

    Cut out sugary drinks (soda, lemonade, etc..)
    3 / 52

    House
    Declutter 500 items
    115/ 500

    *Continue to use up extra office supplies on hand
    1/18 Used up 12 sheet protectors for a robotics project and recycled the empty box

    *Remodel upstairs bedroom/bathroom
    *Fix Leaking Gutter
    *Add Leaf catchers to gutters
    *Insulate cellar staircase
    *Re-insulate cellar
    *Fill curbing cracks
    Remodel master bedroom
    Remodel upstairs hallway
    Remove railing from “balcony”
    Reseal upstairs window
    Reseal roof above den
    Replace cellar stairs
    Landscape corner of house
    Landscape street side of house
    Fix/replace 2 screens on front porch

    * Items are either leftovers from last year or repeats for accountability
     

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