It’s easy in our bottom line culture to only count your bank account as resources available to you. Yet when you step back and widen your gaze, you might see that you have more than you think you have.
Have you ever felt that drop in the pit of your stomach after dropping some MONEY on something, say, a car repair or even a fun vacation? shrink your bank account. Maybe you flash on someday there being only one zero in your account with no other numbers to keep it company. Absolute zero.
MONEY mindset work requires a deep examination of the choices you make, both with your financial resources but also your energetic ones.
Say, you plop a big chunk of change down on something you love, that vintage album you could never find, that apartment you swore you could never afford, that dream trip that finally felt right. ike they are the new normal.
When it comes to MONEY MONSTERS, it’s easy to fixate on all the ways they hold you back. The ways they keep you from things you are convinced are better than the ones you have.
After the learning lesson of life, it can be easy to second-guess yourself, especially when it comes to MONEY. This loop of self-judgement builds an environment where you may feel your choices are not the best. Your instincts are not to be trusted. Your impulses, too impulsive.
The thing about abundance is that it’s everywhere. t surrounds us in every moment, in everything that we do. But like driving through fog, we are not able to see what surrounds us for what it truly is.
The way your family dealt with MONEY is how you deal with MONEY. It is super simple. You mirror the relationship to abundance that was modeled to you as a child. You might ascribe to the ‘a penny saved is a penny earned’ and find spending on the little luxuries hard to justify. You mayContinue reading “Family funds your future.”