"Is there a spell to help with X?" (X being whatever request).
Since I've been on the site, the requests for magical answers for everything are not surprising. I was just reading someone's request for a spell to help break bad habits, and it got me thinking about what magic is, of sorts. Magic is a tool, a process of working something out. Spells or rituals help get us into the mindset or "space" in our lives to allow something to happen, or to change something, or to manifest period.
I find the path of magic is to find that mundane itself is quite magical, that WE are in fact the magic in it, and part of the magic is bringing something into the situation, or as I said, changing something. We are beings of growth and adaptation, so we should strive to grow and adapt.
I think a certain level of self-mastery could be attempted by people before choosing to go through any kind of spell, because it requires us knowing ourselves to work any kind of spell if needed. Any spell I would do for bringing finances in, am I doing it because I don't like my job? Than find a new one and the change of your own mood and attitude towards working may help you realize you have enough and be content with life, or to help better cope with a crappy situation until you can find a better alternative. It's a step, a process of learning, growing and adapting little by little in life. In the process, you learn about yourself more and your strengths and weaknesses, or strengthen something already there. (This is a hypothetical example of money magic).
So I think anybody who is resorting straight to spellwork, take a moms to to reflect why you're going to magic first. If you don't have any clue, or because you feel it's easy as saying words and performing an act, sorry, but there's more work involved, and it's including some advice parents like to try to give sometimes. If one has taken time to think and reflect and they don't have any sense of how to go about or feel comfortable in tackling something head-on, magic is a tool for that. But I wouldn't go for my hacksaw if I were trying to plane a piece of wood! It's a similar tool of cutting, but wrong job.