If you find yourself regularly stressed and upset over money it is a clear indication that you need to to shift your mindset.
Numbers are beautiful; simple addition and subtraction does not lie. If you do not have enough money to pay your bills, it will be set out clearly in front of you. There is nowhere to hide from the dreaded red numbers that declare that you owe debt to someone or some entity.
Worry is not a mathematical function. It will not improve or change the sum total of your situation and so it is best left out of the equation.
I have often said before to replace worry with hope, neither may have an impact on the answer to your problem, but one is remarkably healthier than the other.
The ill effects of constant worrying on a body have been stated several times, but even more dramatic is the negative effect that it brings to bear on your productivity.
It is only through producing a more abundant situation for yourself that you can begin to bring your money equations back into the black. For some this may be achieved by getting a second job, while others cut their expenses. Some may face the tough decision of downgrading their living standards or in extreme cases filing for bankruptcy.
In each stage of the process, worry can plague you like an unwelcome house guest and rob you of any peace of mind or personal well being.
It is best to make the decision today to set it aside and to fill your life to the brim with gratitude and positive thinking.
When next you start to worry, stop and ask yourself what you can do to improve your situation even a little. Go do that thing. Rinse and repeat.