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Money Saving Tips – A Warning from the Universe

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Ruth Brown
Ruth Brown

When you think about saving money and living frugally, what exactly are you thinking? Have you got the law of attraction working for you or against you?

The Law of Attraction is a worldwide phenomenon that’s been sweeping the globe in the last few years – well, that is to say, the Law of Attraction has actually been around since time immemorial (followers say that like gravity, it is one of the immutable laws of the universe) – it is just now that people are rediscovering it’s power and potential in great numbers.

Without going into too much detail here, and at the risk of oversimplifying it, the Law of Attraction says “what you think about, you bring about.”

So what are YOU thinking about when it comes to saving money? What are you focussing on?

Are you focussing on your LACK of money, thinking about how much money you DON’T have at the moment? Or are you focussing on how much MORE money frugal living is putting into your savings account? According to the Law, like attracts like – therefore lack attracts lack.

Whether you are a believer in the Law of Attraction or you think it is absolute rubbish – you’d have to agree that living life on the sunny side of the street with your glass half full is actually a much more enjoyable way to be.

When you’re optimistic, you are open to the possibilities and much more likely to see the opportunities to either make or save money. As a pessimist who believes everything is hard and money is hard to come by, you’re less likely to have your eyes open to the opportunities that come your way.

So remember, live frugally but think abundantly! Focus on how much MORE money you’re going to have. Enjoy it, celebrate it, keep your eye on the prize and a smile on your face!

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