Ghanaian movie producers reveals the secret to a happy living

Below is a word of advice from a Ghanaian movie producer, Fredrick Nuamah, about how to live within one’s means in order to stay happy.

It’s worth reading, so take your time to munch it all.


Put ur kids in schools u can afford (expensive schools doesn’t guarantee good results) Just ensure they attend a good affordable school. Most importantly have time and give them good training at home. 

Rent apartments u can pay for conveniently, don’t live in a house you struggle to pay yearly. That’s a source of stress. If it doesn’t break u down it will break ur marriage.

A man whose wife is pregnant has good 9 months to prepare, so also is the pregnant woman in question. They should even plan for the worse and only seek help when they can’t meet up.

Some problems in our lives don’t just pop up, 12 months ago, we knew we would pay rents… So its not an emergency…

Let’s plan our lives and live within our means.Save more and spend less, some women buy food for their children every morning before going to school, do you know it’s cheaper to cook at home? Some buy every dress that is nice to them and also buy shoe and bag to match.

Some people who don’t earn much, but have DSTV at home, go for StarTimes and upgrade when ur income upgrades. It’s still the same BBC and Nat Geo. 

Eat healthy meals and protect ur family from mosquitoes to avoid going to the hospital always. Take advantage of food and fruits in season, its cheaper and u can be creative to create amazing meals.

Don’t copy Mrs. N’s style of cooking soup, she earns well and her husband is a ‘big man’. ?
We stress ourselves trying to achieve and accomplish so many things at ago especially if its above our means. For instance going to school, keeping a home and family, building and renting, personal business, church activities etc all at the same time. Life is step after the other. Death will eventually be our end.

When buying a car buy one that is fuel efficient and corresponds with your salary, not like the one I posted. Don’t follow the trend. All u need is a means of convenient and reliable transportation not a source of additional stress.

Don’t follow trends, wear clean well ironed clothes and keep ur hair neat. U would still slay. 
Keep ur circle small, keep only friends that have sense!
Planning is key, if we plan properly we might not need to ask anyone for anything.

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Segun Adewole

Segun Adewole is a passionate writer who loves to disseminate informative reports on topics bordering on celebrities, lifestyle, sports and politics. Asides writing, I generate contents for social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and also carrying out celebrity interviews. E-mail: [email protected]

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