Let’s talk about money for a minute. I know, I know…it’s usually a taboo subject. A dirty word. But money is the currency we use to get by here on earth, so it’s important we talk about it from time to time. In particular, I want to talk about how you can get the money for a regular massage.
Our money goes where we need or want it to. The bills, groceries, children, petrol, saving for that new holiday or car…and whatever is left is our disposable income, free to spend as we like.
Except, once we’ve gone through everything we need and want, there isn’t usually a lot of disposable income left. If any. Certainly not enough to *indulge* in a massage. Hence why I think massages have become more like a “luxurious treat”.
Suddenly, the budget gets redone so you can afford to buy the medicine your GP has prescribed. Something from your priorities list shifts. Maybe you cut down on the amount of wine you buy that week, or decide to walk to town to save petrol.
So imagine if you treated massage like medicine – after all, it’s been proven to have medical benefits. It offers you preventative care, rather than reactive care.
Imagine if you shifted your priorities, so your health & wellbeing featured in that list alongside your children, your groceries, your bills. You make sure your family are healthy and taken care of – so why do you insist that your health isn’t as important?