Don’t Blow the Budget

One of the most stressful relationships we have is with ‘money’, money affects every aspect of our lives. It does not really matter how much money you have or do not have, as even very ‘rich’ people can struggle to manage and have the right relationship and attitude to money. How much money you have or do not have does not always equate to how happy you are; obviously when there is no finanical stress in your life you may have peace of mind to make decisions about what you do with your money. The relationship you have with your money or ‘no money’ is what keeps you in  patterns of emotional confidence and happiness or limitation and negativity.

So are you in charge of your money or is your money in charge of you? Are you in debt; are you taking positive actions to move forward?

Do you only react or respond to money issues when you can no longer put off the fact that your money relationship is  out of control and if you do not fix it you will ‘go down the drain hole’?  Are your credit cards out of control? Do you only take time to have  a relationship with your money when it is close to ‘disaster’? Do you keep repeating this pattern?

Do you try to grow your money? Do you plan in advance; do you have a budget; do you look after your financial records, are your finances under control and are they blossoming? Have you made the choice to take control of your money and have you stuck to the choices you have made? Your first decision is having the intention to take action to manage and grow your money no matter how little or how much you have.

You may need firstly to get out of debt; to do this you will need to assess your expenditure and if it greater than your income you need to decide what steps you can take to either increase your income or decrease your expenditure.

The power of intention is when you decide and make the choice to take the steps to be in charge of your financial wellbeing. You will need to support yourself every day until you change a pattern of behaviour that may have been with you and your family of origin for your whole life. You can do it; it is about choice and action; it is about commitment; hard work; perseverance; making finances a priority in your life; good habits and believing you deserve to create financial freedom and abundance. You may need professional help to start the process; you will need intention and action to complete the process and get your financial situation working for you and not against you.

Christina McMahon

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