Covid-19 has really affected the economy in Kenya, people are jobless, tax has gone high and more businesses going down due to measures like lockdown and dusk to dawn curfew. Therefore if good luck God bless you with some money here are some of the things you should avoid doing during this period of covid-19.
Try as much as you can to avoid alcohol since it consumes a lot of money which may end up making you broke. To stay safe with little money you have keep yourself busy with your family or good friends whom you can discuss important issues.
2.Avoid telling people about your money.
Let the little amount of money be your own secret, do not tell people that you have money since some of them might advice you wrongly and end up misusing them.
3.Avoid buying unnecessary items.
Instead of buying unnecessary items, settle down and plan what you can do with the money. Start a business which is one way of puting something on the table for your family during this time of coronavirus.
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