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    • AmethystAP says

      Great post and in the right time too. This month in the book club I’m in we have a financial workshop discussing the concepts of Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Financial literacy is very important and something I want to learn more about this year. These are great tips, especially meal planning and automating your savings.

    • Shelly DS says

      Thanks for reading Michelle! You’re right, it’s not rocket science and if we really analyzed our finances, I’m sure we could all find areas to improve.

  1. beth says

    great advice. I’d add – when considering an impulse buy, wait a few days, and then see if you really want or need the item. often, you’ll realize you don’t

  2. petespringerauthor says

    Finally, a booster shot that’s not for Covid. 😊 I was just thinking you hadn’t been posting much. I forgot I’m signed up to your YouTube channel, and I can see you’ve been busy over there. I’ve got some catching up to do.😉

    • Shelly DS says

      Hahaha indeed! I’m so over the “get your tenth booster to stay safe” saga!
      I’ve been so busy with life, and I honestly am falling behind on everything. But gosh do I miss chatting with you! How’ve you been Pete?

  3. Lebogang Shazzygal Malatji says

    Great pointers sis
    I’ve stopped buying takeout for my lunch. I prepare my own lunchboxes for work these days. Not only had it saved me money, but my meals are more healthier and consume a lot of veggies

    • Shelly DS says

      That’s awesome! Controlling what goes into your body will help you so much financially in the long run. We underestimate just how much we save by taking these simple steps.

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