I hope you are gathering that debt reduction is possible in your lifetime.
One last method my client used was perhaps a little unconventional for most but nevertheless it helped her a great deal.
The last method my client used was tithing. Simply, she gave a portion of her earnings to an organization she believed in. This may seem crazy considering she was trying to reduce her “spending” but for her it created a sense of non-attachment to her money.
It made her feel a sense of freedom and deep trust with her money.
This method may or may not work for you. Only you can decide.
If you are not into the idea of tithing. I would still recommend that you continue to examine your money story and the language you use around money to keep creating a better relationship with your finances.
In fact, if you start to think of your money as a genuine relationship and put attention and care towards it as you would any person you care deeply about, things can begin to shift dramatically.
Act as though money is your best friend: talk about it lovingly, treat it with respect, and give it the energy it deserves.
Against traditional belief, I may be a bit of a rebel as I believe 1+1 doesn’t always equal 2. If you put positive energy in one area, it might create a totally unexpected positive result completely unrelated area in your life.
Regardless, stay the course, don’t give up, and know I am always cheering you on in your financial journey.
Lots of love,
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