Wealth affirmations, How to enjoy life as it is, and Sara's story

Hey grateful people! Happy to see you again 🤗

Hope that you're all doing very well and living life gratefully.

Here are last week's highlights for you:

Mindful Monday

Last Monday, we practiced wealth affirmations. Money plays a big role in our independence, and therefore is desirable to have in plenty.

It gives us the power to make a positive change in the world. And, here are affirmations to help you attract more of it into your life:

  1. I am a money magnet
  2. Wealth and abundance flow to me
  3. Money comes to me in expected and unexpected ways
  4. I am open to receiving money
  5. I attract money easily and effortlessly
  6. There are no limits to what I can and will achieve
  7. I am worthy of the wealth I desire
  8. I am financially free
  9. I am grateful for the money I have
  10. I am worthy of financial success

Dive into a 5-minute mindful session of these affirmations below:

Wise Wednesday

On Wednesday, I shared my thoughts on how to enjoy life as it is. It’s a great question, you know? How to enjoy life as it is?

Here are my 6 ideas that you might find interesting:

  1. Find humor in little things
  2. Humble yourself
  3. Pause, and just breathe
  4. What's one little thing that made you smile today?
  5. Make time for what you love
  6. Contribute to good

Now, listen to me explain these points below:

You can also read the blog post here:

How to Enjoy Life As It Is
What can we do to love and enjoy the life that we’re living just as it is? Here are 6 ideas.

Thankful Thursday

Here we had Sara with her gratitude journey. It's a story of improving your self-relationship and taking control of your happiness to leave the heaviness behind.

"And I thought I deserved the pain because I was selfish enough to seek my dream career and leave my mom and my loved people behind. I wasn't feeling comfortable at my dad's house any longer by that time. So I made my decision to come back home.

I could save my mom from her deep sorrow. But I couldn't survive the sense of guilt I had in my guts. I managed to find a customer service job, which I basically hate but it paid me well.

One year ahead, I had the chance to join the training team of the company..."

Tap below to listen to her full story:

And, here's the written version of it:

Sara’s story - Happier
“Sadness was coming in waves to me and I realized that it’s not about my best friend, my father, or anybody, it was about me.”

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