Taking a little extra time to prepare healthy meals for your family pays off in everyone feeling better when they are eating right and staying healthier, which means lower medical bills and less money spent on private health insurance excesses. And honestly, eating healthy doesn’t have to cost more. Here are some tips for staying healthy on a budget.
It’s one of the most common New Year’s resolutions: Get fit. I’ll admit to making that resolution a few times myself and breaking it. For some people, cost becomes a hindrance to getting in shape, as they are overwhelmed by the price of gym memberships, equipment and clothes. But the fact of the matter is that there are many financially friendly ways to get fit. You can get a great workout in many ways without ever setting foot in a gym or buying expensive equipment.
Many senior citizens spend thousands of dollars each year on medication to treat chronic ailments like diabetes, rheumatism, hypertension and heart disease. While one cannot avoid seeking treatment for such ailments through medication, paying for prescriptions should not take a toll on the wallet. Creative methods should be adopted in order to cut costs without compromising on the quality of medication. Here’s how:
I think it’s pretty fair to say that most of us put on a little weight over the winter months. So as spring comes and the weather gets better, get your fitness plan ready. But know that this plan doesn’t need to include shelling out money for a gym membership, personal trainer, or even classes if you don’t want to.
Retirement is an exciting part of life, contrary to the cartoons and television shows that pretend it’s sheer boredom. Not only are you gaining freedom from the working life, but adventurous types now have an entire world of opportunities opening up that had previously been suppressed by the immobility of everyday life.
If you’re considering making a big move when it comes time to retire but you’re not absolutely sure yet, then check out the following tips. They’ll almost certainly convince you.
When you’re at university, money is often hard to come by. You need money for tuition, books, additional fees, living arrangements… with all of these costs, how could a student possibly have enough money leftover for basic necessities such as food?
Going to university shouldn’t mean that the next few years of your life will be spent in starvation mode, so use the following guide to help you eat like a king while living on a student’s income.
Everyone likes to look good, but nobody wants to pay the shockingly high price of fancy treatments and expensive lotions. The next time you run out of face mask, hair treatment or eye cream, take a good look at your pantry or fridge for natural ingredients such as avocado, lemon, eggs or cucumber to make your own beauty products.