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By 3rd June 2020June 22nd, 2020Uncategorized

It’s OK to be Frugal. Right?

Being frugal can bring it’s own rewards, although not everyone will agree if you do this blog is for you.

Wow, how things have changed since the Coronavirus Lockdown. We are still working from home if we can.  The Lockdown is relaxing now, but quite honestly, it has undoubtedly changed my spending habits, I find myself dressing down during the day.

When I am online in meetings, I pop on a little make-up and like to look good. It gets my head in the right zone.

 I believe you still need to have a great look when you are trying to sell your product unless of course, you are the customer!

I was positively surprised by the Coronavirus; I certainly did not expect a lockdown and panic buying.  I now feel more prepared, for what seems a very uncertain future concerning employment and money.

For me, being frugal is a way of life.  I prefer this than increasing my borrowing, especially if my future income is going to be uncertain.  It helps save money and afford to continue to buy everyday luxuries that help me feel great.

Maybe it will need to be a Lifestyle change?  Or just small changes here and there that will make a huge difference?

If this resonates with you book your free 30 minutes chat with me, and we can continue to talk about your Finances and how we can work together.

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