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Surviving a Tough Kenyan Economy: 10 Tips for Financial Stability and Resilience

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There are a number of things you can do to survive in a hard Kenyan economy:

1.Budget: Create a budget and stick to it. Make sure to prioritize your expenses and cut down on non-essential spending.

2.Save: Try to save as much money as you can, even if it's just a small amount each month. Set up automatic savings to make it easier.

3.Look for additional income: Consider finding a side hustle or a part-time job to supplement your income.

4.Explore different opportunities: Look for different opportunities to earn income. For example, you could sell goods online, start a small business, or offer services in your community.

5.Learn new skills: Consider learning new skills that could help you earn more money or find a better job.

6.Join a savings group: Joining a savings group can help you save money and also provide access to loans or other financial assistance.

7.Focus on your health: Eating well, exercising, and getting enough rest can help you stay healthy and save money on healthcare expenses.

8.Shop smart: Look for deals, buy in bulk, and consider purchasing used items to save money.

9.Seek financial advice: Consider talking to a financial advisor to help you manage your finances and plan for the future.

10. Stay positive: Remember that tough times don't last forever. Stay positive, stay motivated, and keep working towards your goals.

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