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Happy New Year. I have a big Costco shopping coming up tomorrow after work. I am excited about my first Costco shopping in 2020. Roaring 20s is here. I am more excited about 20’s compared to Y2K we had 20 years ago. It’s good to be alive and healthy. God bless me. Thank you for visiting and chatting with me. Happy 2020.
I cannot believe I have to work for living. 🙁
In 2020, I shall keep track on every single Costco shopping – just like I did 2 years ago in 2018. I may cancel my executive membership next year. I think I spend less money at Costco now. Also, I am running out of things to buy. Shopping doesn’t excite me as much as it did 10 years ago. Getting old sucks.
I still feel awkward talking about my improved financial situation. That’s why I didn’t blog about my car shopping trip to San Francisco. It’s awkward to talk about things that used to make me feel jealous in envy (sometimes painful). Anyway… now I have two cars; a Prius for commute, and a convertible for weekend pleasure. Driving convertible has been indescribably satisfying. I shall continue enjoying weekend driving this year.
For next Christmas (2020), I would like to learn how to play at least one classical Christmas tune with my guitar.
I would like to get a California real estate agent license this year. I don’t plan to work in real estate, but… we’ll see…
I would like to travel some more. I would like to visit different cities and experience normal everyday life. I like mostly American cities, but I have no problem flying anywhere in the world. I may invite my blog visitor to my house and share my everyday life; with pancake breakfast, garage sales, watching Sunset on the beach… Costco shopping, of course.
I wish to lose 1 Inch around my waist and hips. I have about 80 pairs of pants in 30 Inch waist. I would like to fit in them comfortably.
Oh, and I will try not to buy more than 3 pairs of Italian shoes this year.
Happy new year. Take care.