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Career and finances are a joyful topic for some. Plenty of people are stellar budget-keepers and career-advancement heroes. Do you fit into that team? Other people may be more casual about their career and finances, hoping everything will work out in the end. If you are avoiding your own monetary realities, it may be a big stressor in your life. A tenet of holistic wellness is to give conscious awareness to key adult duties, and in regards to career and finances, our relationship with money makes a difference in how good we feel.
In my series about Primary Nourishment, today’s post includes the fourth of eight menu options I’d like to share with you on Thursdays!
What do I mean by Primary Nourishment? It’s easy to overlook all of the things that contribute to our sense of nourishment and fulfillment. It’s not just the food we eat, but all of the other factors present in our daily lives. Healthy relationships, a fulfilling career, regular physical activity and a spiritual awareness are essential forms of nourishment. When these “primary foods” are balanced, what you eat becomes secondary in regards to self-care. The next item on my coaching menu is feeling nourished by celebrating our relationship to wealth, health and right-livelihood.
If you’ve ever felt out of balance regarding your relationship with money, how you earn a living, or the art of creating work/life balance, you may have also felt significant effects on all aspects of your life. Can we create harmony in our life and establish a healthy rhythm that is sustainable and feels good? Here are my five favorite tips to help bring both home and work life into balance, and along the way, create a nourishing relationship with our Wealth Mindset.
When I think back over my Wealth Mindset and all the interesting ways I’ve earned a living over the years, I know that I am still interested in challenging my concept of who I am in the world. My dad used to tell me, “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor.” Have you ever noticed that there are some wealthy people who seem to live an impoverished life? There are also some folks of modest means who feel like they have the world by a string, and live each day in absolute gratitude! My wish for you and me is that we both assume our power position (I like the Wonder Woman pose!) and fully face the work/life balance that we’ve created up to this point. By being conscious of all that is, and taking time to feel real gratitude while we practice self-care, our career and finances can be a nourishing part of our daily living.