Positive Anything is Better Than Negative Nothing

Positive anything is better than negative nothing

“Positive anything is better than negative nothing.” -Elbert Hubbard

A positive outlook is the thing that will keep you going when times get tough. Even debt, when viewed with a positive outlook, can be seen as a blessing. When you get out of debt, you’ll have learned a valuable lesson, you’ll be stronger. You’ll be a fighter. You’ll know that you can go into your next battle with positivity and you know that you’ll prevail.

How are you keeping on the sunny side? Chat with me in the comments.

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  1. Linda D Hernandez

    I have debts that sometimes do feel like they are overpowering me..but what i do, at those times, is think of my goals. that i have set and how it will feel once those goals are met..I also pray everyday,, faith keeps me positive that things will get better. I have been thru dark times in the past but God has always sent me “help”,, to get thru these dark times. ..and so I pray everyday thankful for what I have accomplished and know that I can accomplish more…this is what I do every day.

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  2. Mrs. Picky Pincher

    Great point. Many times a nasty day can be turned around if you shift your perspective. It’s NOT easy to do, but it works. I try to stay positive by meditating, baking, or taking a nice hot bath.

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  3. Katie K.

    I love the quote “The only time you should look back is to see how far you’ve come.” This is especially true for me when I’m focusing on saving and getting closer to my goals! It doesn’t help to allow ourselves to be overcome by how far we have left to go, but I’m always inspired by how far I’ve come! Something that also helps for me is to focus on how planning/saving/making chips at that debt gives me a little hit of joy! Almost like adrenaline-I want more every time!

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