It’s been awesome, but soon after the December festivities, the month infamously known as “Januworry,” rolls along. It’s the month where buyer’s remorse have most of us living on a shoestring budget, looking for ways to stretch our cash.
School fees, credit cards, groceries, utilities … the strain of financial stress is exhausting. But the good news is that there’s always hope when money is tight. You can be financially healthy. Financial health doesn’t have as much to do with your net worth as you might think; outsmarting financial stress is all about implementing a few rock solid principles.
Let’s assess the damage and start planning. If you’re struggling financially and if leaving your medical aid is a consideration right now, it’s worth looking at other venues to start saving money. Let’s face it, it’s never a good idea to be without this safety net as accidents and illness can happen at any time.
Remember, even a slight change in your daily habits can have a lasting effect.
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