Feel good about money in 2020
I’ve never resonated with the idea of New Years resolutions. They‘ve always seemed arbitrary and restrictive to me.🗄⛓🙄 It wasn’t until someone asked me how I want to FEEL by the end of the year that setting annual intentions started making sense to me. For a feeler (🙋🏻♀️), envisioning how I want to FEEL is an entirely different activity than making a uninspired list of things I think I should DO. When I give myself the space to identify the emotions I want to embody by the end of the next year, I find that aligned actions become obvious and easy to outline.
If your resolution is to get right with your money in 2020 💰and you are wondering what that means for you, consider starting with your feelings. Do you want your finances to make you feel empowered, stable, generous, secure, abundant, regal, valued, free, expansive, resilient, responsible?
Resolve first to feel the way you want to feel about your personal finances, then identify the money habits that will best support you in feeling that way.
Do this work (and more!) in the Flourish Series: New Years Edition, a group financial wellness program starting up again on January 8. Link in bio. 🧞♀️ I am also accepting new one-on-one financial wellness clients starting in the new year. Message me for details! 🤜🏼🤛🏾
P.S. I want to dance with my friends and laugh so hard its ugly for pretty much all of 2020. 💃🏻
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