Financial Self-Care is the BEST Self-Care

Checking in, bitches. How are we doing? We sane? We good? Are we losing our shit?

I’m in the U.S. And right now, Coronavirus cases are spiking. Like, I’m afraid to go to the grocery store. And what does that mean? More quarantine. Someone cue that hashtag quarantine life.

Okay… moving on… rant over!

I wanted to come on here to discuss financial self-care and how it relates to manifestation.

I truly believe we can manifest any financial situation as long as our energy is aligned with that target. But… if you want to be a millionaire, you have to act like one. And how do millionaires think? What do they do? How do they take care of their money. The thing is that most millionaires are financially responsible. They count every penny and never let anything go to waste. If you want to be a millionaire, you have to do it too. If you’re ready to uplevel your financial situation, read on…

Now to the boring part. Today… yes today – I want you to create a new savings account. And for the love of all that is holy DO NOT call it your rainy day fund. That only causes you to manifest… A RAINY DAY, DAMNIT!

No! Open a new savings account, ideally a high-yield one where you earn interest, and then name it after your desire. For example, I recently opened a savings account, and I named it my “Dream House Downpayment” fund. You could call it your “Dream Car” fund or your “Dream Designer Bag” fund… whatever! But it should be something you’re working toward.

Once you open the account and designate it to a specific desire, add some money to it. Don’t judge how much you add. If you can add $5, do it. If you can add $10000, do it. But it’s super important not to judge. If you really take your desire seriously, you will do this. And again, DO NOT CALL ANY OF YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS A RAINY DAY FUND.

Now go manifest the shit out of your financial dreams! ❤

Published by TheFunnyScorpio

I'm Mary. I have two cats. I do tarot and things. My mom thinks I'm funny.

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