If you’ve decided to purchase your first home, you may be a little overwhelmed with everything. From the mortgage preapproval process to the home search, there’s a lot to understand and navigate. In the midst of it all, it’s okay to take a breath and remind yourself that it’s all worth it. Here are a few affirmations to help.
We have been trained to believe that success equals a college education, stable employment (with benefits), a family, nice cars, and the ability to buy your dream home with a real estate company like Jeeves Realty. What we’re not taught is how to acquire assets that help us to build wealth and create true financial freedom.
What’s your morning routine look like? How you start your morning sets the tone for your day and it can be an indicator as to how productive it will be. Whether you’re used to making a beeline for your cubicle and hoping your boss doesn’t notice that you’re late or the one that’s always early with first dibs on the Keurig, there are a few things you can do to enhance your morning experience.
Every new year presents us with a clean slate… a new opportunity to take stock of our lives and explore where we’re on the right track and which parts of our lives still need a little work or even a complete overhaul. Sadly, some women don’t take advantage of this time to do introspective work. The in-depth self-exploration that helps realign our thoughts, words, and behaviors with our goals and dreams.
I love affirmations.
I’m completely obsessed with the idea that we can change the trajectory of our lives by changing how we think and what we believe about ourselves. Since our thoughts are rooted in our beliefs which primarily come from repetitious exposure – intentionally speaking happiness, love and abundance in our lives should be a daily ritual.
I used to speak about the worst-case scenario… and say I was being a realist. Rationalizing to myself that I was preparing for what might be…
… just in case.
It’s easy to think that we’re guarding ourselves against disappointment by only speaking to what we think will happen… what we have convinced ourselves to be the worst possible outcome.
But that wasn’t the case at all.