INSPIRED TO ABUNDANCE 2019 – MID-POINT RECAP

This whole “Inspired to Abundance” adventure is proving to be so much fun! I love that as the sums get larger, I must be more creative to imagine ways in which I would actually and realistically spend that much. This is great! Stay tuned for how the remaining sums will be allocated by myself and Family.

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Inspired to Abundance 2016 – Mid-Point Recap

So many feelings bump around in my head as I make my way through my Inspired to Abundance exercise. The following feelings are the most prominent:

  • excitement
  • elation
  • confusion
  • relief
  • uncertainty

It feels so good to really get into this exercise, and I’ve made it further along this time around than I did both previous times I’d attempted it.

If you have been considering taking a stab at the Inspired to Abundance Exercisebut haven’t made time for it, I seriously recommend you give it a shot. You’ve got nothing to lose, and everything to gain.

xo VW ❤

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Inspired to Abundance 2016 – Sum 8

Seeing as Sum 6 went to learning to drive and a learner’s license, I’d bloody well better get a car!

The sum to spend is $25,000:

$18,000 – Used Toyota Prius (2012 or newer) in TARDIS Blue

$6,000 – 1-Year of Insurance Paid in Advance (appx. $500/month)

$1,000 – 1-Year of Gas Money (appx. $83/month)

$25,000

∴  If I had an extra $50,000 laying around, I’d sink it into a decent, eco-responsible car. I’d love to have a car, honestly. I’ve “opted out” of having a car for many years, because I  really didn’t want to be part of the drain on fossil fuels. Another reason, was because I’ve been afraid of driving in a big city with so many road rules and crazy people zipping around like they’re mental. By that logical observation, I really don’t see why I shouldn’t also be zipping around, and with the many mental cases currently possessing a license and driving a car, I would very easily fit in. That, and if they can get a license, I could probably get one, too.

Inspired to Abundance Exercise 

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Inspired to Abundance 2016 – Sum 7

The Universe knows that I am doing my best, but if I had the resources to offer my Mum a better bed to be in, I absolutely would.

The sum to spend is $10,000:

$7,000 – Adjustable Long-term Care Bed Frame

$3,000 – Pressure Sensitive Mattress

$10,000

∴ It’s wonderful to imagine the possibilities if resources were not a concern. My Mum is bedridden, and has been for one whole year, so I’d absolutely use an extra $10,000 to upgrade her bed. She has a “loaner” hospital bed right now, but if I could get her one similar to the pressure sensitive, automatically adjusting, high-tech beds like in the hospital for bedridden patients, it would be feel so great to be able to do that for her.

Inspired to Abundance Exercise 

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