3 Ways to Practice Financial Self-Care

Financial self-care is you taking time to focus on your finances and figure out how money can be used to elevate your lifestyle and achieve your financial goals. 

Sounds easy, but this is probably one of the main things you struggle with. 

Here's 3 key ways to practice financial self-care, and they just happen to be the core of Takisha's Theory:

1. Start practicing prosperity thinking. If you want to be a six-figure earner, how would a six-figure earner act, how would she handle money, what would her money habits be?

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How to Take Your Financial Power Back

But I love this definition the most; rich-the ability to live your life as you want free from financial constraints or abundantly. That sounds like the lifestyle you deserve. 

You have to change how you view money: money isn't evil, you don't have to be special to be rich, nor feel greedy for wanting to be rich. If you say you don't want to be rich, you're probably lying to yourself and it's your defense mechanism kicking in because you don't believe you can have wealth

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