5 silly, efficient ways to live well, healthy in Nigeria

Living in Nigeria right now is hard, even for the rich. Everything is inflated and it’s hard for many to get by. To ease things, here are five silly but efficient ways to live well and healthy in this economy:

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Smoothie on the go:

To save time and effort when you want something yummy and healthy, store fruits in the freezer ahead of time. Once you have a craving, you can simply blend and drink.

Calm down with a fruit:

Numerous reports have shown that the smell of oranges can help diminish stress, better mood, and make you feel way more alive. So indulge in a fresh orange for breakfast every morning and get a whiff of its scent.

YouTube/Instagram is your friend:

No need wasting money on a gym membership, only to face ‘muscle intimidation’ at the gym. Instead try working out at your convenience using free, efficient fitness tutorials available on media platforms.

Google just about anything:

Google is the ultimate guide to the modern world and there isn’t anything you can’t find on there. If you want to cut down on spending, just type in whatever you need in the search engine and watch magic happen.

Relax before work:

Getting to work in the morning doesn’t have to be a sad event. If you have to take public transport to work, get a soothing meditation app, take a moment to be quiet either on the bus or whatever and focus on your breathing.

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