We need to be able to pay the right bills, and that is all money is good for. When we make money an end in itself, it becomes good for nothing. Its rightful place is buying the tools we need, and supplying us with what we need to do what needs to be done in each situation as it arises, by sharing and serving the gifts/daemon (Sounds like "di-MON")/shtick/interests/abilities/etc. that come with us from the womb. Living in right-relationship with our original nature, and expressing/exhibiting it within the circumstances of our life is the essence of a life well-lived. It is integrity and sincerity brought forth to meet the day, every day. Money exists to serve our integrity and sincerity. And helps us to do what needs to be done in each situation as it arises day-by-day. Our life asks nothing more than this of us, and it asks this of us all the time.
Everything is day-to-day. "We make our plans, collect our pay. Think we are gliding down the highway, when, in fact, we are slip-sliding away" (Paul Simon). But, what are we going to do-- not knowing any more about what to do than we know? We can only play it out, knowing that we don't know what to do because we don't know about what, and don't have enough information to know. We wait to see, and then react/respond to what happens as best we can, and let that be that. Always at the mercy of the unknowable. As ready for anything as we can be, and taking our chances with what comes. But it might be to our advantage to take a "Two Minds Approach" to our problem. To all of our problems. There is the ego-conscious mind, and there is the psyche-unconscious mind. We live best (So the theory goes) when we live as two minds, not one. With the ego-conscious mind taking the psyche-unconscious mind seriously as a full partner in the work of being alive, and collaborating with it in anticipating what's coming and in responding to it when it arrives. There are two of us here, not one. Consult and collaborate, kid. Consult and collaborate. Listen to your heart. Listen to your body (To what you know "in your bones," to what your "gut feelings" are saying). Listen to your instincts/intuition. Listen to your nighttime dreams, and your daytime hunches/realizations. Look for symbols that speak to you, asking "What's this saying to me?" to every object/image/song/sound that attracts you, that catches your eye/ear. Developing an appreciation for, and awareness of, symbols/metaphors, is the best way of establishing/maintaining a relationship with the invisible world. And working with a Jungian analyst would be a great idea if you can arrange it. However you mind how you go, go knowing two minds are better than one, and take up the work of walking two paths at the same time!