I Try To Live Within My Means When I’m Broke And Won’t Borrow Money To Buy A Gucci Bag, Am I Mad — Ghanaian Actress Lydia Forson
I Try To Live Within My Means When I’m Broke — Lydia Forson Says
Have you ever heard the saying, “Borrow, borrow make me rich?” A lot of people do that to flash so people will think they are doing very well in their chosen careers. Meanwhile, they are owing people all over both huge and little sums of money. Lydia Forson in a tweet, revealed she’ll rather live within her means when she’s broke rather than run around looking for who to borrow from. The Ghanaian actress believes in buying only what she needs and not what she wants. This doesn’t make her mad oh!
Anyway, read her tweet below.
When I’m broke I try to live within my means, I only buy what I NEED and not what I WANT.
I won’t “free” a Gucci bag to pay later;
Ha am I MAD?!
But in Ghana, the broker the country is the more we borrow and the more we spend on frivolous things.
See for yourself below.
Amebo Book readers, do you agree with Lydia Forson on this?
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