Five days in, and I can't say that 2013 is shaping up to be much of an improvement over 2012. But, then again, 2012 ultimately turned out okay for me, so I suppose this isn't a bad thing.
Deciding to take matters into my own hands, I sat down and tried to figure out what I have to do to make this year something better. A lot of things were written down... people... places... goals... changes... but, in the end, everything kept coming back to one thing...
If I had more money, I could do this.
If I had more money, I could change that.
If I had more money, I could have those.
If I had more money...
...well, everything would be better, wouldn't it?
Some people say money is the root of all evil. And it's been said that money can't buy happiness. But if there is one thing I'm sure of, it's that money has no conscience and money can indeed buy happiness. And much, much more...
So, if you have a couple million dollars you're not using...
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I understand money can’t buy happiness, but I can pull up right alongside it in my yacht 🙂
I think it was said by Eddie Van Halen or some other rock ‘n roll party guy.
Who said it isn’t important, it’s just always stuck in my mind…
I’ve been doing some planning for the year and if I had a little bit more income then I could do so much more in the year. Oh well, I’m sure it’ll be a good year anyway. 🙂
Every goal I have for 2013 pretty much requires a good bit of money. It’s just a tool. A tool I use to have experiences that make me happy!
For me it’s not just having money, but time. Most of us always seem to have one or the other but not both at the same point in life.