"Life is what happens when you're making other plans"
- Allen Saunders, 1957
- John Lennon, 1980 (ish)
So after a whirlwind of 2018 I find myself in a new job with a new company, working hard to
make a difference and to help out those clients who depend on me and my new company.
Whilst the road ahead will be challenging I'm pretty lucky to finally work somewhere that not
only values its customers but also its staff.
That said, as I mentioned 2018 was a hell of a busy year. Starting off with a new kitten, a second
Marriage and a visitor from the States. A few medical dramas, a few financial dramas, i turned 40
and a whole bunch of selling tools to amazing clients in Auckland as a mobile tools salesperson. I
learned a bunch from my time at that company, it wasn't all sunshine and roses but at least it's
lead me to the place where I am now.
"But what about the caaaaaarrrrrrr?"
Well, last year I think I drove the GT-R about 5 times in total.
Of those 5 times I was pulled over twice, once for a 110km offence just before Christmas (my
fault, but i was being overtaken at the time?) the other instacce I was pulled over for an expired
warrant - whilst on my way to renew it and actually making me miss the appointment. Now I'll
admit that driving a bright purple Skyline is a giant kick me sign to the boys in blue, however it
shouldn't be, as they should be fighting actual crime rather than harassing motorists.
So where does that leave things for 2019 and the GT-R?
Last year, in spite of a new job and a some great contacts in the auto industry, my finances didn't
allow for more than maintenance so I'm definitely wanting to push on with the build this year.
I'll fill you in on where to next in the next few weeks and, as I acknowledge how slack I've been, I'll
make an effort to do a few more updates.
In fact, we need to talk about a fabulous investment opportunity.
Have some capital? Want some financial gains? Just ask me how