Creating a Loving Relationship with Money

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Valentine’s day has just passed, plus we are in the month of Love. And I’ve been thinking how our relationships with money are really all over the place.

But we can describe our relationship with money as if it were a loving relationship between two people.

Money wants to support you, and be there for you, and love you – the exact same way that you want that perfect partner to love you every single day of your life.

Go ahead, say “it’s really not like that. Money runs away from me.” Yes exactly! So you need to look at how YOU treat your money.

Do you spend all of your money like it’s a hot potato?

Do you have any money in savings?

How much debt do you have?

Do you know exactly how much money is in your bank account right now?

If this money was a man, would want to talk to it on a daily basis? Would you want to spend your time with this man?

I know that you relationship with money was cultivated many, many years ago, as you were growing up. It is a culmination of what your parents believe and what they have taught you. The same is true when it comes to actual relationships with other human beings in your life as well.


 

The good news is that you have control to change these relationships NOW!


 

BUT you have to be willing to change and actually want this change in your life. Stop resisting the change and allow things to happen the way that you really want to happen, happen in your life.

So let’s go back to high school. Remember those high school relationships you used to have and you would slip each other love notes between classes or put them in each other’s lockers?love letter to money

I want you to start right now and write a love letter to your money. This is one of the best ways to change your relationship with money. I want you to write a new letter every day for 30 days, then come back here and report to me what has changed for you.

You can start this letter out really simple – just have one paragraph, telling money what you want from your relationship, how you want the relationship to change.

As the days pass though, you will develop a better relationship and you will have more that you want to write. You are just going to treat this money as a loving relationship, almost like it’s another person.

So are you ready to change your relationship with money? Are you going to try this love letter? I want to hear from you!

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Clarissa 035Clarissa is a money mindset coach and online business bookkeeper. There isn’t a day that goes by that she doesn’t love what she does to help amazing women (and men!) just like you every single day. Clarissa has been through one heck of journey already in this lifetime and learned many life lessons, but also developed a very well stocked toolbox to help people tackle their money woes head on.

She has 3 college degrees and is an accountant as well. She has two furbabies – Sparky and Chubbs, who really act like children and keep her on her toes every single day. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep in touch.
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About the Author Clarissa

Clarissa Wilson is a financial strategist and online educator who holds two master’s degrees in Forensic Accounting. Also creative and spiritual, she is an intuitive empath and introvert. Clarissa is the host of The Prosper + Profit Podcast, where money conversations occur on a daily basis -- as she believes that money shouldn’t be a taboo subject. After growing up on a dairy farmand learning to work hard for money, Clarissa awakened to a path that allowed wealth to flow easily to her. Clarissa currently lives in Pennsylvania with her two cats.

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