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.
Sometimes when you hit a roadblock, it may be easier to throw MONEY at the problem.
When it comes to money, so often we are looking for it to match exactly what we pictured in our head. To come packaged exactly how it looked in our dreams. To resemble what we have seen before. Yet as a creative, we thrive on the unexpected, the novel, the extraordinary. We explore what itContinue reading “Accept the offering.”
There can come a time in your financial journey when saving becomes enjoyable, even addictive. After so many years of trying to get that number in your bank account to rise, it feels amazing to stack those zeroes and watch them rise. This may seem like a good problem to have but it is really the other side of the (MONEY) coin in terms of your financial wellbeing.