Let's talk about money. Aren't you sometimes afraid to admit that you want money, and lots of it? Because, when you do, you're bombarded with reprimands from the religious, the elderly, and has-been Hollywood stars and starlets, who tell you money is the source of all the world's unhappiness? Worse yet, when we think about money, the following thought pops into some of our heads:
No matter how much money you have, it will never cure an incurable disease, which you will likely get if you keep thinking about money, just to prove that money means nothing.
And so, every time we think about or mention money, we have to immediately say "I mean, money doesn't make you happy, but..." or "Don't get me wrong, I'd rather be healthy..." So many of us live with people and voices in our head, who believe money and health or money and happiness, are mutually exclusive. You can't have them all, so which ones will you choose?
In What If You're Over My Sh*t?, Rachel dares to have an all-around, balanced life. She dares to laugh often and be independently wealthy. She dares to practice yoga and drink cucumber juice, all while wearing Louboutins. She dares to have it all.