Personal Finance Tips Part 6

Bismillah,

 

Mastering personal finance also has a lot to do with fostering good vibes, good manners, smelling nice and dressing well. Today, I have a small list for you. It will be short and sweet.

1. Pay attention to the clothes you wear

When you decide to wear a garment, meticulously check for any holes on it. Let me tell you that we are lights, souls in a vessel (our body). If you wear clothes that have holes on them, you leak. If a bucket of water has a hole in it and you try to fill it up to go from point A to point B, will you get you get to your destination with all the water you had collected? NO! So, if you want to keep all your positive light, energy, spirit, rizq intact, wear clean and neat clothes that are void of any tears, rips, and holes. Get your sewing kits my seamstress financial experts now and start going through your clothes today! Dress well and you will attract only good things insha’Allah!

2. Use a handkerchief

Angels love places that smell nice. Do you want rahma? Strive to attract rahma angels.  When you sweat, DON’T USE YOUR CLOTHES to wipe it. I will make your clothes smelly. Instead, use a handkerchief or a Kleenex. If you smell clean and nice, what good vibes you won’t attract? Individually, we are already surrounded by angels. Attracting more light to us is never a bad thing with smelling clean and pleasant.

3. Manage small $ well and you will be able to manage big $ 

If you worked a cash register before, you will realize that it is hardly even at the end of the day; it’s either a little short or a little over . However, if you strive to catch all the small leaks you have when you’re trying to manage small returns, it will be easy to manage the big dollars. Why? Because you will know by then where all the kinks and errors can be hidden. Remember that.

 

I hope these Personal Finance Tips Part 6 are beneficial to you.

 

Jazakh’Allah khair for reading,

Papatya*

 

You can read more of my finance tips in our 13th issue of Hayati Magazine , in part 1 of this series or in part 2 of this series . Also available are part 3part 4, and part 5.

Papatia Feauxzar

Papatia Feauxzar is a former corporate America Senior Accountant. She focused on personal finance in graduate school. She has a Master of Science in Accounting (MSA). Around the year, Feauxzar prattles on personal finance tips here and on her blogs. She is also the Online Editor of Hayati Magazine and the author of the first Ivorian Cookbook in English. Visit her at www.djarabikitabs.com or www.fofkys.com .

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