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The Month of Love

February has come to a close. The month of February is synonymous with love, chocolates, and celebration. However, this year's celebrations were subpar compared to some other years, or so it is alleged. Apparently, the month of "Njaanuary" somehow managed to creep into February hence extending the economic struggles for many Kenyans. This is not surprising considering the inflation rate currently stands at 6.1% according to the Central bank of Kenya and is predicted to continue rising. With the rising cost of fuel, food, and utilities, going on Valentine's trip or buying expensive gifts for loved ones is not feasible for most people. Consequently, the economic crunch has created a rift between lovers with reports indicating reduced affection owing to financial frustration. It is difficult for most people to stay on top of their bills and responsibilities and thus a good number of them are taking it out on their partners.

Nowadays, the words “gold digger” are being thrown around for the most ridiculous reasons.
“The electricity bill is due...” - Gold digger!
"The principal is asking about the school fees..." - Gold digger!
“The doctor said the issue will require surgery...” - Gold digger!

Money and Relationships

Many relationships have broken up because of the economy with most partners squabbling over finances. It is also more common to hear people say that their partner is materialistic, only to learn that they were merely stating the obvious. Money is the leading cause for divorce globally and the state of the economy is not helping. With prices skyrocketing and the government imposing more taxes on already struggling citizens, stress levels are at an all-time high. Naturally, these less than ideal circumstances have made several people implode as they try to keep up with being an adult in a dysfunctional society. Additionally, the expectations that come with Valentine's celebrations have pushed some people over the edge. While no one person can be blamed for this situation, it is necessary to address the issue and find a solution to this crisis.   

February is the month of love and everybody knows there is nothing more lovely than having money to share with your loved ones. However, just like the Grinch stole Christmas, one can say inflation stole Valentines. Rather than being a month of love, February was a struggle for many Kenyans and the thought of romance was far from many people's minds. In fact, the global Valentines sales were a significant drop from previous years. When money is scarce, Valentine's expenses become a luxury, and demands surrounding the celebration are viewed with resentment. As a result, people have become increasingly open to opportunities to make an extra shilling, which would help in reducing the economic burden. However, this has brought about significant risk as unscrupulous characters prey on desperate individuals.

Increasing Financial Stability

Generating an extra income is something that many Kenyans desire. However, while that is the dream for everyone, the sad reality is that most people are struggling to stay afloat during these harsh economic times. In turn, the idea of creating wealth on one's terms is a distant dream that many deem unattainable. The reason for this is the fact that most people do not know where to start in their quest for financial freedom. Meanwhile, their frustrations continue to trickle down into their love lives resulting in a blame game, and a cycle of disappointment and resentment. They make promises based on hopes and expectations only to have their hopes crushed by the clutches of poverty. They take loans to impress friends and family only to suffer alone when it is time to repay the debt.

A large number of Kenyans believe that creating wealth is a privilege reserved for a lucky few. However, this could not be further from the truth. Earning a high income while maintaining flexible working hours is attainable even in Kenya. It is possible to have a surplus to spend on hobbies and to entertain loved ones. However, this requires a unique approach to business and a healthy dose of creativity. With the rise of the sharing economy, it is easier now than ever for people to make millions online. Due to globalization and internet penetration within the country, a person can work from home and earn twice as much as someone going to the office every day. Kenyans must learn genuine and realistic ways to increase their income and take back their happiness.  

Take back your life, make your dreams a reality!

Money cannot buy happiness and it cannot buy love! But it makes a huge difference in how we experience happiness and love.

The reality is that most people want money so that they can share it with those they love. This can mean building your parents their dream home; taking your kids to the best schools; going on that dream holiday; providing a good life for your family; surprising your spouse with their dream car; throwing lavish parties for friends and family and getting a premium medical cover for your folks. Most problems people have can be solved simply by adding money. The world we live in is run by money and those who have more of it are the true kings. The reason most people work so hard to get degrees and connections is to earn more money. Others migrate to other countries in pursuit of a better life, which can only be facilitated by a better economy and money. In other words, the goal for most people is to make more money.

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By Christine Njoki - Published 28th Feb 2022, 09:30pm

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