Years ago, my money worries were out of control. Money was all I could think about. Every decision I made hinged on the overwhelming amount of debt I had accumulated. I contemplated claiming bankruptcy three times during this period. Twice I went as far as completing the pages and pages of paperwork. Once I was just one phone call away from pulling the trigger.
And then I realized, even to claim bankruptcy, I needed a regular source of income--something I didn’t have at the time. I came to the conclusion I was meant to pay back all the money I owed. I’m still working on that, but now that I’ve accepted it, I don’t think about money every minute of every day. I don’t burst into tears as I’m driving down the road because I don’t know where my next loan payment is coming from.
When I realized I needed a regular source of income in order to meet what the minimum bankruptcy payment requirements would be, I decided to change my thoughts, put a little trust in the Universe and take action.Read More