What would life be like with without money? It sounds like everything would be pretty blissful right? If money weren't an object to me, I would wake up in the morning and start every day with goals. I would immediatley plan out my big dream voyage to every single country. I would find beautiful places to stay, eat everything I could, I would buy clothes, rugs, pottery, paintings and pretty much anything legal I could ship back home. I could spend weeks taste testing the culture and dance every night. I would want to meet new people, talk to them for the night over glasses of champagne with cheese and fruit plates. I would want to hold photo shoots and video shoots galore over seas while participating in every activity I can every where I go.
If I were back in the states, I would stay home all day long and read books, watch movies, write down my thoughts and alternate between eating out and making food at home. I would go swimming, paddle boarding and surfing every day at the lake during the summers with no recollection of time. I would make sure that my parents have everything they need as well as my sisters. Give help to them with whatever was needed like food, clothing, classes or bills. I would most definitely buy some new clothes, jewelry and probably hire a hair and make up artist to do my hair because most days it seems like a chore to me! If I never had to worry about money again, but others did, I would first make sure that my family was taken care of, including the paying off the mortgage and all debts were gone. I would want to give as much as I could to all organizations I believed in. Get behind charities I believe do good and maybe even start one of my own.
It's fun to think about what your life would be like with out having to worry about money ever again, but I almost think it would make life really boring. I actually enjoy working and earning money. The biggest difference between getting everything you want and earning everything you want, is that you feel a great deal of confidence and satisfaction when you put effort into earning your rewards. You're not just handed things because they can be handed to you, you deserve them because you actually worked hard for them. My husband has told me over and over that he can tell when I've had a productive and successful day at work, because I come home to him in a great mood. I've never really needed the nicest or most expensive things this world has to offer, all it comes down to is the friends and family we have, and making sure we are healthy and happy. There is nothing wrong with having goals though and working hard towards things you want. Always remember that there is so much more to life than money. I mean, in the end, money really is just paper anyway right?
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