Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Not so funny, this thing called Money

By Deborah Kimmett on Mar 13 2013 • Filed under Money,One Funny Lady

Not so funny, this thing called money. (Photo)Personally I have found getting right with your money is not about math.

It’s not about getting a bigger calculator.

It's about seeing the truth about what it does to you when you look at it. The emotions that come up tell you where you are and how much power it holds over your life.

But it can be changed. By getting HONEST. By feeling, dealing and getting real with what is really going on. Look at it.
 
HERE are some things I did to get right with my money:
 
  • I stopped debting (with help).
  • I kept track of what I was spending.
  • I created time and space for me in my spending plan, to do things I loved.
  • Got my spending in line with what I valued.
  • Stopped people pleasing, and had more cash.
  • And got honest about saving for what I loved, not what I wanted.
 
It can change. It can get better.
 
Heal it. You heal your life. (From a woman still in process.)
 
Tell me below in the comments section, what you have done to get right with money.
 

See original blog post here: One Funny Lady

Deborah Kimmett is One Funny Lady. Drawing on her 30 years performing on stage as well as writing and directing for TV and Radio, Deborah now travels across the world teaching writing workshops. She has mentored thousands of people and businesses to change the story they tell themselves and get right with their ideas. Her play, Miracle Mother, was nominated for the Governor General Award.


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