My situation will (hopefully) be changing soon. I'm looking for additional employment with a big gym. I will still remain self employed and work from my current gym, but I could use the regular hours and some more cash flow. As you may have gathered, I'm a serial procrastinator. So I have devised a plan which will hopefully put a stop to that. I just opened an account with Macquarie Prime/Cash recently. I will also be opening a super fund soon. What I want to do is set up regular contributions to both of these accounts (probably just $100 a week to start with). I'm also thinking of maybe investing in the Navra fund (need to research that a bit more), again with a regular contribution plan ($100). So, hopefully I can put away $300 a week into these facilities (shouldn't be a big problem). With the Macquarie account, I would let it accumulate to a decent figure and then invest it. I'm considering starting with a $5,000 investment in STW to get me going. I would also work to save the rest of my income to be used in other investments, or to add to any of my existing investments. Comments? Criticism? Thoughts? Anything? I just feel at this stage that automated contributions are going to be the best thing I can do for long term success. At least while I'm still learning. Cheers!