Thought for today:
Debtors tend to either be anorexic with spending, or over-indulging, or both. These extremes can leave them unsteady and miserable. Their chances are better if they envision their goals, and develop a clear Spending Plan and Action Plan.
A member shares:
“After years of rejection, I sometimes feel stuck in negative or depressed thinking,” a person was heard sharing, “so I’ve learned to trick myself into positive thinking.
“I’ll work out if I feel down, or go for a walk. Sometimes if I feel let down by family, I turn it around and consciously try to bring some beauty to a gathering of friends.
“The truth is we debtors are creative, talented people, and there are many ways to share whatever abundance we have. I always feel better about myself when I try to bring some happiness to others.
“When I am about to take a vacation, I imagine where I will be, and try to plan fun things to do. I don’t just collapse from over-work and expect the world to make me happy. Today I own my happiness when I’m on vacation.”
Meditation for today:
Some people don’t enjoy taking time off for vacation. They get anxiety thinking about vacations, and seem to always experience a let-down afterward.
Plan to unplug. Plan fun times before you go, so you don’t have to think about it too much while you are there – you can just be in the moment.
Affirmation for today:
“I will plan a fun time that I will be able to look forward to.”
“I allow happiness into my life.”
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