Cleaning Up Detty December

Hi people!

After what seemed like 20 years, 2020 is finally coming to an end. A lot of people are really excited but and hope 2021 would be way better. But as for me, I believe Jesus will intervene.

As with every other December, everybody is planning how to detty it up and have all the fun they couldn’t have during the lockdown.

Well, as with every other January, I’m sure 2021’s version is coming with 39 days! And we best prepare for it. As always, you know Vivify got you! I’ll be listing out some points that will help avoid violence come January, and pretty much every other month after:

💰Budget: Just in case you don’t know what that means, it means making a plan on how to spend your money; what amount goes into what. So before squandering all your cash on #DettyDecember, make plans for your money and spend accordingly.

💰 I know you want to spend all you haven’t spent before 2020 is gone, but be careful of this thought. There are days that come after December 31st. and trust me, you do not want to be stranded. So please, refer back to point 1.

💰 I know all your guys are ballers. I know all your girls are Mummy C Dollar. And you might just be tempted to give in to the pressure and spend too but let me leave you a friendly advice. They’re not you, and you’re not them. Same goes for your wallet and theirs. Please ensure to cut your coat according to your size, and again, spend according to your budget. (At this point, I should teach economics lol).

💰 Lastly, prepare for next year now. You don’t have to wait till January 1st before making all the resolutions, goals and plans. You can start now. Decide what it is that you want to do and how you want to achieve all that you wish to, including your finances. Finances are very important, regardless of age. So, just as you plan for everything else, I suggest that we should never be nonchalant about out finances.

In the spirit of giving this Christmas, I hope this served as a gift and you enjoyed this post. You’re always welcome! Happy Holidays and Safe Budgeting!


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