Here it is 8 months into 2013 and I’m not so sure I’m on target with my New Year’s Resolutions. To be honest, if I didn’t write them here at this blog, I don’t think I’d even remember what they were! However, looking back at my January post, I kept my “resolutions” minimal and realistic:

As much as I know saving 10% – 20% of my income is the “right” thing to do, it’s not always as easy as it looks on paper. Sure, our financial hero Pete (as seen in my previous post) is the ultimate finance hero; he started saving young and tackling student loan debt.

Some of my earliest posts were, in my opinion, my greatest. Of course, new blogs are infrequently visited and few people actually read my greatest opuses (well, maybe my posts weren’t that spectacular). However, the nice thing about having a blog that’s a few years old is going through old posts and reviving them – sort of like the idea of reincarnation; it’s new, but deja vu.

Nannies face some unique financial issues, issues that must be considered when they’re thinking of how to care for their financial health. As you navigate your finances, here are some things to consider that will help you stay on the right track.