HTM December 2020 Wrap-Up
Dear How To Money Reader,
Happy New Year! You’ve made it through the last crazy 12-months — I think that deserves a round of applause.
Welcome to a brand-new year, full of hope, opportunity and adventure (well, we can hope). Although it’s always a good time to set and work towards your financial goals, there’s something extra special about doing it at the beginning of each new year.
It’s a time to reflect on all that’s happened and think about what you want to achieve over the next few years. As I heard the other day when Spotify helped Justin Bieber to worm his way into my brain, life is worth living, and I hope you make the most of the moments you are given in 2021.
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Enjoy the Summer holidays!
Kate — HTM Founder & Editor
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