The past couple of months have emphasized the necessity of health and wellbeing. By focusing on your mind and body, you’ve not only lost weight and become more focused, but you’ve experienced a surplus in energy and fewer mood swings. That’s what happens when you have the time to work out and eat properly.
Still, even though you have free time, you may not have the money. If there is one thing the pandemic has proved, it’s the fickle nature of cash. One minute you have it, and the next you don’t.
Of course, you can’t let a lack of funds get in the way of your wellbeing. With that in mind, these are the super healthy ways to cut expenses without harming your mind and body!
Drop The Membership
Everybody loves a gym membership until you realize that you never get the sort of bang for your buck that validates buying it in the first place! Thankfully, gyms and other non-essential establishments are closed for the time being, so it’s easier to cancel the contract. Once you do this and start exercising at home or jogging around the block, you’ll understand that a gym is a luxury. Sure, it’s great if you have the money, but there are alternative training methods if you don’t.
Go To The Dentist Every Six Months
Twice a year? Shouldn’t you visit the dentist once every six to eight weeks? Although this would be ideal, there’s no point scheduling an appointment and hoping to walk away without paying if you don’t have the money. You’ll save a lot of embarrassment and hassle by swerving the dentist entirely. Of course, this is an unhealthy move as your teeth will suffer. The best compromise is to opt for a deep cleaning teeth service. Receiving professional dental cleanings twice every year is one of the best ways to keep your teeth in shape, and it’s cheaper than going six times per year. You can also purchase an oral kit for at home additional cleaning.
Grow Your Own
The average American household spends around $300 to $500 per month. Not all of your money will go on stuff that you can grow yourself, yet you can clearly save a considerable amount by dedicating a patch of your garden to fruits and veggies. With the right amount of sunlight and water, everything from tomatoes to potatoes will sprout. When they do, you can convert them into delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes to be even healthier!
Eat Out Out
Eating out is an excellent way to treat yourself to a beautiful meal and break up the monotony of your weekly routine. On the other hand, it costs a lot for a single night. For those who don’t want to stay in yet can’t afford to go out, you should eat al fresco. This means preparing an affordable and tasty picnic and heading to a stunning natural spot. As well as cutting food costs, you’ll get plenty of vitamin D, which is great for your brain and skin!
How do you plan on putting your wellbeing and finances first?