Happy 2012!

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

I’m looking forward to the New Year. I’ve finally wrapped a couple of on-going accomplishments and feel like 2012 is the start of something new. I sort of mapped out my resolutions at the beginning of last month:

  1. Financial – save $6,000 this year (a reasonable and adjusted amount compared to last year’s goal)
  2. Blogging – increase daily readership by 100 visits per day
  3. Personal – continue bike riding as much as possible and get more involved in promoting it (with the help of Bike Lane Living!)

A quick wish: Happy New Year everyone!

And now some thanks:

  • Thanks to the continued support of the Yakezie network. Without them, I’m not so sure Little House would continue to exist.
  • Thanks to the continued support of my regular readers! You’re my motivation to keep blogging. 😉
  • Thanks to some of my top referrers (after Google and Yakezie)

Thank you, thank you!


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  1. laura @ no more spending

    Happy New Year and good luck witrh your goals!

  2. Amanda L Grossman

    Good luck with your new website!

    Happy New Year.

  3. Hunter - Financially Consumed

    Happy New Year. I’m looking forward to a happy and successful year on many fronts. Can’t wait to roll my sleeves up and get to work.

  4. Invest It Wisely

    Happy New Year, Little House! I am also greatful for the Yakezie and look forward to a great 2012.

  5. Moneycone

    Happy New Year LH! Wishing you the very best for 2012!

  6. retirebyforty

    Happy New year!!! Good luck in 2012. I think it will be a great year for us all.

  7. youngandthrifty

    Those are great goals!

    That’s so cool that I’m one of your top referrers! Happy New Year 🙂 Best wishes for a prosperous and memorable 2012.

  8. Alexander Collins

    I’m first time on your blog. With you prosperous new year and good rides. I also LOVE to ride a bicycle but for me goal – 1000 miles is too much.


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