- You say you saved $40 dollars on a sale rather then the actual amount of $36
- You then begin to start rounding dollars and cents in your head in a way that caters to your buying habits
- Over months you lose track of the amount of money you seriously are spending
- After a year you get your credit card bill and you're stunned you are THAT far in debt.
Rule number 1 on the path to wealth: Never, Never lie about money. Money is a powerful tool and you have to handle it with respect and grace. The moment you lie to a parent, spouse, friend, etc. about money...you're headed down a path that leads to negative numbers (debt.) Trust is lost between spouses, business partners, friends. It is an aweful way to have to live.
Now don't get me wrong, if someone asks you a personal question about money that is none of their business, there are many polite ways to deny them that information without being rude. If you have a spouse, partner, friend that is discussing shared finances with you, then it is especially important that not even white lies are used. Money is too powerful to be messed with in this way.
Why all the focus on this? It is a Universal Law, that is why. If you want more money, then you have to be a Truth Speaker to get more. The Universe will test and try you to see if you are worthy for more of this powerful tool. So, prove to the Universe that you are up to the challenge. Start telling the truth when you spend $5 more than you wanted. Don't justify yourself, just admit what you have done. You will be amazed what a relief it is to always speak Truth about money.
Good luck and Much Abundance to You!