🚫I DON’T HAVE MONEY TO GET FIT. WHAT TO DO?💸
I believe that human potential is nearly limitless. But I also believe that sometimes we need help of pros to achieve the greatest results.
With that in mind let’s address this giant problem “WHERE DO I FIND MONEY FOR personal trainers and gym memberships, when this is SO EXPENSIVE?”
The AVERAGE AMERICAN HOUSEHOLD SPENDS an average of $3,008 PER YEAR ON DINING OUT, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.
However, what you save in convenience, you lose in cold, hard cash.
If you go out to eat every workday and spend, on average, $10 per meal, it comes out to $2,500 a year, CNBC’s Jonathan Blumberg reports. Making your own lunch, meanwhile, will cost you half that. One VISA survey found you only spend on average $6.30 when you bring something you prepared at home 🏠
And it only keeps spiraling from there. In 2016, one couple reviewed their credit card statements only to find that they spent $30,000 eating out in 2016, according to Frugal Rules blogger John Schmoll. That’s more than $82 a day for their three-person family.
Now the reason why it’s happening is because people get short-term pleasure from eating that fucking burrito 🌯 and drinking 300 calories latte they buy everyday.
STOP BEING BLIND, damn it!
That’s a ton of money 💰 that you could invest in your health! And feel good about yourself long-term!
It just really bums me out to hear people complain about money, when they know that a good health is all it matters in the end of the day.
Think of many benefits it adds to your life VS spending money on nails/clothes/parties/eating out and so on.
You can cook your own delicious meals and have 100% control over the quality of food you consume. It is so powerful.
I don’t know… 🤷🏻♀️
I hope this message will serve as a wake up call to some of you people, who need to get healthy but love to complain. No compassion today. Sorry 😐 💔
References: article form CNBC 2017