1. I’m joining you on the book reading. I love to read but have really gotten away from it. My plan is to do one per month. I’m already ahead of pace as I’m almost done with the first one.

  2. I’m proud of you for setting goals, Aldo. They look great and completely doable. I think one of things we unfortunately do is compare how our goals stack up against others. And we shouldn’t (easier said than done though!). Your goals sound right for you and that’s what matters. And becoming debt-free is a HUGE goal to accomplish this year. Good luck!

    • That’s a good goal! I want to grow my blog and maybe start making money from it, but right now I have other more important things I want to focus on. Good luck on growing your company.

  3. That’s great that you’re on track to pay off your student loans by April! I like the fact that you’ve set some good personal goals here too. I’ll be trying to get fit too this year as well as working to a few saving goals as well. Happy New Year by the way!

  4. I think it’s smart your concentrating on one financial goal that is really important to you. As far as fitness, you may get to the point where you work out harder, but it’s best to start small so you can unlock that first fitness badge. 🙂 Good luck!

  5. Great list of goals. What level can you comfortably climb right now? Is that in the gym only? Do you considering going from a to b going up a level? For example 5.10a to 5.10b.

    • Tawcan, I’m talking mostly gym climbing. It’s hard for me to say what I’m comfortable climbing outdoors because living in NJ doesn’t allow me to climb outdoors too often.

      Also, the levels I’m talking about would be bouldering level. I consider myself to be a V4 climber at the moment and want to be able to do V5s comfortably. When it comes to rope climbing, my gym goes from 5.10 to 5.11 so I guess 5.11 in my gym would be 5.10b (which I doubt since indoor grades are significantly easier than outdoor grades, but grades are all relative I guess.)

  6. Hi there, you have a nice goal setting for this year (2015). I love the way you blog about your passion. You’re awesome. I hope you will achieve all your goals in life especially financial success. Nice reading your list. Quiet motivational for me as a blogger and a young investor.

  7. Wow! Congratulations to being debt-free this year! This must be very exciting for you. It’s great that you’ve kept your goals to a bare minimum to make these achievable.

  8. #2 and #4 are very similar to goals I have. When it comes to reading, I think that has become underrated in recent years, as everyone is online all the time. But there is something to be said for how much we can learn and improve ourselves by reading a really informative book.

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