I caught myself doing it again, just last week.
While I was walking down the street, one of my weird little money habits took over and I found myself crouched down in the middle of a very busy sidewalk in New York City.
After I broke from my trance, I stood up, smiled and kept walking with the bustling crowd.
What we say to ourselves in the privacy of our own minds matters. It drives our behavior, which drives our destiny.
While we may not feel or notice the impact of these small choices over a week or even a month, the cumulative effect of our daily thoughts and actions adds up to big results over time.
Especially around money.
No matter how much you have or don’t have, money is a topic that touches us all. My relationship with money has transformed over time, and it continues to.
Today, I want to share two of my weird little money habits that help me stay in a state of “enoughness”. Meaning, remembering that there’s more than enough to go around and I’m going to treat what I have in this moment with care and respect.