Attitude of Gratitude

August 30, 2017

i am grateful attitude of gratitude toward financial obligations
Tami and I were just talking about how much more disposable income we had pre-child. This is by no means a complaint for our Trinity, but real talk, adulting-with-children comes with a tad more financial obligations than that single-married life. Instead of grumbling when it is time to pay bills and make this astronomical student loan payment, I am going to be more intentional with this process and be gracious. I will pay all financial obligations with a smile on my face and gratitude in my heart.

 

Morals and ethics aside, to all the people who work at or for Chase, American Express, Bank of America, Barclay, Ed Financial, SunTrust, Just Energy, Dekalb County Utility, Compost Wheels, AT&T, ADT, MosquitoNix and Comcast, THANK YOU. This extends to all of the people who provide us with services in our home and for our family, to all the restaurants we frequent and to all the stores we shop at, THANK YOU.

 

Thank you for your service and your energy. People throw you all mad shade and frustration, daily, probably hourly, I won’t do that anymore. You are trying to build your life, support your family and loved ones, just like I am. Thank you. Money flows to us generously, may it flow out and generously to you as well. May the time and energy that you put into your work, return to you 1000-fold as love and abundance.

 

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