Four Things to Change Your Money Story.

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So let’s recap:

  1. Learn your money story. Often going back to your childhood and thinking about how you reacted to money can help.
  2. Don’t beat yourself up. Acknowledge all of the stuff that you feel, but also recognize you can change the soundtrack.
  3. Write a new money story. How do you want to feel about it? Work on it. Practice the small things like reminding yourself that you have money in your checking account, or patting yourself on the back because you didn’t stress out over the call to fix the dishwasher.
  4. Practice Every.Single.Day.




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