top of page

The cool thing my husband and I do every Sunday morning

My husband JP and I are pretty busy during the week, and while we always make time every night in bed to share what we're grateful for about each other and the highlight of our day, that might only take a few minutes.

So on Sunday mornings we put aside a couple of hours to do something I always find exciting. Something I can recommend to everyone.

We have a finance meeting.

We have a big breakfast. There's a beautiful view. And with all that as the backdrop, we spend an hour or two discussing our wealth strategies, where we're heading, how have we done in the last seven days.

It accelerates our results, the results that give us meaning and purpose. It may not be thrilling to everyone but I just love it. I feel empowered by it, and by still following and trusting the path I took to get to financial independence.

I'm many times a multi-millionaire and how I did that from a family base where there was a lot of chaos around money is a story for another day—I'll share my wealth creation secrets here soon—but what I want you to take away today is the knowledge that setting in place rituals around money and self care are important.

Actually, what I will say now to you about money is that if you have challenges around it look at where you cut extras.

If you're a drinker, quit drinking and quit whingeing. If you're a smoker, quit smoking and quit whingeing. Dump takeouts. Jettison the junk. Boo hoo if it's sacrifice.

Okay, back onto things to do regularly that will help create an abundant life. Another must-have for me is making sure that every day—without fail, there's no grey areas here—I have my ideal average day.

I spent 12 years building up to being able to say that, and now I have my ideal average day every day.

It's simple. I do whatever gives me meaning and purpose.

Literally just those things.

At my first cafe for two months, in June. More of the world to love again!

If I do that, spend my day immersed in whatever gives me meaning and purpose, none of it is work. Right now, writing this and talking to you, it's not work. Preparing a new class, it's not work. Doing a podcast, not work.