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What 14 Days Of Eating Healthy Taught Me About Money

I’ve often heard people saying that eating healthy and getting fit is expensive. The Gym memberships, various supplements and foods. With my Mkhaba, I definitely don’t have the answers. Whether this myth is true or not, I’ve always wondered if it would be possible to get Fit on a budget? Juanita Khumalo at the Financial Bootcamp 2020 So last month, we were graced by Juanita Khumalo at our Financial Boot camp. The entrepreneur and wellness influencer was there to debunk this myth

Happy Financial Fitness 2020!

Phew, what a year 2019 was. Some highs, some lows and lots of fun in-between. We held numerous financial literacy events and branched into doing corporate Financial literacy workshops with a number of companies. We played our role in making financial literacy cool while changing lives by empowering people. 2020 will be more of the same with a few new additions. We will be introducing a set of new money themed events and partnering with more corporate companies to bring

The Importance Of Having A Teachable Money Spirit

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve came across a number of twitter threads by tweeps, who have started their journey to having a better relationship with their money. From becoming debt free to buying shares and properties. LOVELY! Among these positive tweets, I noticed something that was common among all these tweeps. The importance of having a teachable spirit when it comes to your money. Let that marinate, while I elaborate. The willingness to learn, to listen, to ask,

Uhm, So What’s the big deal with being financially literate?

Duh, so you can experience financial freedom and live your best life! The answer is really that simple and this blog post should probably end here. But, since I am in the mood to preach the financial gospel, hold onto your money bible cause this will be a short money sermon. Let today’s random Monday money rant begin. As a result of a consumption mentality, poor planning, laziness, lack of financial education and wanting to sometimes show people that we are