How South Africans are planning to survive Januworry - from avoiding December songs, to cabbage birthday cakes
- January is described as the longest month of the year, as many South Africans received their last salary in the middle of December 2019.
- On Twitter, South Africans have been sharing their tips on how to survive the rest of the month on a tight budget.
- Business Insider SA chose some of the funniest and unusual tips people came up with.
- For more, go to BusinessInsider.co.za.
Many South Africans describe January as the longest month, and worry about making it all the way through, especially those who received their last salary in mid-December – and who splurged on holidays and festivities.
Using the hashtag #JanuWorry on Twitter, they have been sharing their tips on surviving January, aside from conventional advice such as delaying payments.
Business Insider South Africa has chosen some of the funniest tips users shared on how to survive Januworry.
These are the best – or at least the most unusual – ways South Africans are planning on making it through January 2020.
Change your entertainment preferences
Make some dietary changes
I Bought this and i know my family is going to survive the entire 90days of january.all you have to do is cook and make sure there's enough gravy,only serve gravy and put them back to the freezer.repeat until 31st of Jan. #januworrysurvivalkit pic.twitter.com/zUn5d0GUvZ— Themi ???? (@HerdsThemi) January 6, 2020
By still celebrating, whatever it takes.
By getting more out
By taking care of your mental health
Embracing the benefits of co-parenting
By adopting religious practices
By embracing the many benefits of ice
And by changing your drinking habits
(compiled by James de Villiers)
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