This month at the Financial Woman Alliance for Investment Education I am tying up final details for the alliance launch. It’s perfect that this coincides with the month we typically associate with love due to Valentine’s Day. I am declaring this month at Financial Woman Alliance Love Your Money month.
What do we do with the other things we love in our lives? Think of your family and friends, and the answers will easily come. Also, think of your hobbies and passionate pursuits that keep you in love with life itself:
1. We give attention to what we love. We always make sure to just pay attention so we can help whatever we love grow, whether that is our children, grandchildren, bodies, careers, or golf game.
2. We take care of what we love. Taking care of something means taking the necessary steps so that what we love can be nurtured and expand.
3. We spend time on what we love. We always make time in our busy schedules for those special people and passions we really love.
4. We are committed to the people and things we love. Even when times get tough, or we make mistakes, we stick with it and find a way to make it work.
5. We appreciate what we love. We simply feel gratitude for what we love, and that makes it all the better.
Let’s let go of that weird stigma around money and let it be okay to love our money and not feel hokey or greedy. Let’s put into practice some of those habits we apply to other things we love in our lives around our money. Remember that your money provides your home, shelter, education and charitable giving, not to mention pleasures such as that perfect pair of black boots. Let’s declare that it is okay to love your money this month! Stay tuned for my special free call to help you start moving toward loving and new money habits.