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How To Make A Money Charm

Money Charms

My next theme is all about the crazy woo-woo stuff you can do to make money. Now, Denise over at “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch” is the queen of all the Law of Attraction money stuff, so you definitely want to google her and see what she has to say.

I’m a member of her “Lucky Bitch Boot-Camp” and she has some awesome resources for increasing your wealth through LOA. That said, I have some ways I use myself that I’m about to share with you.

This is the point where you roll your eyes and think “yea, right” and to some extent I agree with you but every time I do this it rains money.

When I get a new wallet I make a money charm and put it in there. Your challenge today is to make a money charm for your wallet. But first I want to tell you a story about something that happened.

Three weeks ago, I brought a new wallet. Of course I made a money charm and stuck it in my wallet. First I received an unexpected $1200 tax rebate. Three days later it was a $900 childcare rebate and a week after it was $500 from the government due to an overpayment. In the same time I also received a cash back from my insurance policy of $50, discovered I had a package bonus worth over $1000 from my health care provider and someone gave me a free box of capsicums (which was totally random, but hey).

Maybe it was just a random coincidence. Then again, what are the odds?

Ok, back to the challenge:

Your challenge is to make your own woo-woo charm for your purse. It’s super simple and uses household ingredients that represent wealth. If you don’t have all the ingredients, just use what you do have.


· Charm bag – I used a party favor bag brought from the cheap shop, you can use whatever you want.

· Cinnamon spice

· Bay Leaves

· Salt

· Oats

· Small Crystal

· Post it with what you want – financial freedom, loads of money, $10,000 in two weeks (whatever it is you want) written on it.

Once you have all the ingredients, thank the charm in advance for doing its job and put it in your wallet. That’s it, enjoy!

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