Give me a blank canvas on a PC and I’ll be able to type for days, but sit me in front of a camera or microphone and I can freeze still. There was always just something about recording myself, well … talking to myself. I felt uncomfortable, especially with Ophelia lurking around the house. That was until now. I’m officially on YouTube!
2020 was … well, an interesting year to say the very least. It’s one for the history books that a large percentage of the human population would rather forget. Still, it’s important we all look to the future and try to make the most of 2021. I have a few goals in mind that I’d like to make a public record of and share with you all.
Leasing a brand new vehicle seems like a pretty good deal. You pay a monthly fee (£350 in my case) for a vehicle no one but you will have driven. But although you get the included warranty and knowledge that everything should be working as intended, this isn’t the option I’ll continue using once my current lease comes to an end. In fact, I’m never going to lease a vehicle ever again.
Just when you think you have a clear run during hard times, life throws you a curve ball. That’s exactly what occurred to my investing strategy to push through COVID-19. I’m lucky enough to work from home for my day job, which is brilliant for a pandemic that requires everyone to … well, work from home. Thing is, this world issue also affected my landlord. Having just started investing, this is the last thing my portfolio needed.