by Hannah Keeley
Let me ask you this question, when did you stop spoiling yourself? Was it after college? When you got married? Once you started having kids?
I believe that there are a lot of moms who limit themselves and change their belief system from when they were younger.
Mama, do you wanna start spoiling yourself again with ZERO mom guilt? If so, you’re in the right place.
So, about 2 weeks ago my daughter shared with me how she was saving up her money to buy a workout bra from Lululemon.
10 years ago I would have shot her dream down and told her how many bras from Marshalls or TJMaxx she could get for the price of ONE bra from Lululemon…
I have to put a filter over my thoughts as I have become more of an abundant thinker, with letting the lack and the scarcity go out of my life. I got to thinking, this is something she is so excited about.
She was making a conscious effort to save her money for something she really really wanted. She was saving up so she could spoil herself. When did we, as women, decide that just because we’re mamas, means we can’t voluntarily spoil ourselves?
What you’ll learn:
• Why spoiling yourself is not a bad thing… Not even close.
• How to let go of lack mentality!
• Why walking in lack and scarcity is damaging you and your children!
• The incredible result of spoiling yourself.
• LuLulemon and lack mentality?
• Steps to walking in true abundance.
“For it was I, the LORD your God, who rescued you from the land of Egypt. Open your mouth wide, and I will fill it with good things.”
It wasn’t until I actually let lack and scarcity thinking go that I started to get more financial wealth in my life. That’s how it works. As long as you are thinking lack and scarcity, that’s all you’re going to live in; lack and scarcity.
God’s not limited, therefore as a child of God, neither are you. We limit ourselves. We stop spoiling ourselves. We get so consumed with scratching and clawing to just get by, that we forget that we are a treasure and that we are worthy of being spoiled, whether it’s a Lululemon bra, or a Starbucks coffee, or just a long, hot bubble bath. We forget about spoiling ourselves.
Wanna know your challenge? Here it is…
– Spoil yourself with intention, and without guilt.
I want you to be open to it, because God’s Word says, “Open wide your mouth, and he will fill it.” Open yourself up to being spoiled. Remember your challenge. Spoil yourself with intention, and without guilt. I’m going to hold you accountable. I want to hear from you. I want you to send me a message on Facebook, or a message on Instagram, DM me. Let me know what you did today to spoil yourself, and make sure you let me know that you felt zero guilt about doing it.
As moms, we get this totem pole mentality, where we put ourselves last, and we start to limit not only our mindset, but we start to limit what we will allow ourselves to enjoy. This scarcity mentality, this lack mentality, not only damages us, but it limits our children as well.
Mama, I don’t want that for you! I don’t want you to have to go through what I went through! That’s why I want to give you a free 7 day trial inside of my online University (MMU) specifically designed for moms!
Do you want to change your life drastically? If so, will you let me help you? Believe it or not, you don’t have to live with a lack mentality. God has an abundance waiting just for you!
So, start your free 7 day trial, put in the work, and be blessed like crazy 🙂