#GirlsJustWannaToHaveFunds - Graduate From Party Girl To Working Woman - ZUMI
5 days ago, 06:00
You can only earn more if you change your partying ways! In this Nairobi, the night out plans never run out, if you’re not careful you can find yourself partying Monday to Monday, so you need to learn to be strict in your spending. Davido’s Fia hit single will still be played in the club in a month’s time trust me so don’t go out every weekend at the expense of missing out on a making money opportunity. Here are three tips on how to move on from being the party girl into a working woman. There are some friends who only want to focus on partying and boys, they add no value to your life and spending time with them will definitely drain you mentally, physically and financially too. If spending time with you is stagnating your growth then be wise on how often you spend time with them and use the time you don’t to do something that will develop you mentally and financially. If you keep excusing your behaviour of going out the only one who ends up losing out the most is you. Excuses don’t turn into cheques. Collin Powell, Author and former United States National Security Advisor in his book My American Journey, he writes that a mirror reflects a man’s face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses. This is a simple but true fact of life, you become like those with whom you closely associate for the good and the bad. To get more money tips and even ideas on how you can travel as frequently as the girl blogging squad Miss Mandi, Nancy Mwai and Sheila Ndinda then press play and watch the second episode of SOS below.
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