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By Shola Adido Oladotun

February 09, 2022 | 8:30 am

There are days when you stare deep into space in confusion and wonder, “What happened? This question torments your mind as you frantically skim through your bank statement, hoping to find a logical explanation for how half and a quarter of a month’s pay ended in a week. After several hours of research…

There are days when you stare deep into space in confusion and wonder, “What happened? This question torments your mind as you frantically skim through your bank statement, hoping to find a logical explanation for how half and a quarter of a month’s pay ended in a week. After many hours of researching and tracing your purchasing decisions, the reality turns out that the theory that the bank secretly robbed you was incorrect and you spent every penny. You accept your fate and come up with a plan to support yourself with the remaining shift. This is when you discover the legendary SAPA.

Sapa; the worst fear and biggest enemy of many Nigerians. This is a time when a person is forced to cut costs, develop a 001 food formula, and sometimes call that obnoxious aunt/uncle to ask for money. Although the famous month of Sapa, January may be over, it does not mean that the season of Sapa is no longer upon us.

The Sapa experience happens to many Nigerians, which is why it is important for every individual to have the right information to survive it. In this article, we offer you, our amazing readers, five ways to survive in Sapa.

NO CARE PRODUCTS

Say goodbye to buying skin care products and hello to nature to give you that beautiful, fresh skin you’ve always dreamed of. The reality is that while skin care products make your skin glow, they are also very expensive. Sometimes the total amount of skincare product purchases in one month is enough to pay the Nepa bill for an entire year.

However, if you are the type of person who needs this supplement ‘eh’ to make your skin stand out, homemade skin care is an alternative; it’s cheaper and more efficient. Check out DIY videos on youtube and Tik-toks to learn.

HOMEMADE MEALS

I don’t know who needs to hear this, but stop buying food every time. Although buying food from restaurants or online vendors seems convenient, it is very draining on the pocket. Invest in the purchase of food and prepare your own meals; it really helps save money to some extent and creates room for food experimentation. Now many of you might give the excuse of not knowing how to cook, remember that YouTube and Google are your best friends.

STAY INDOORS

Sapa season is not the best time to attend that sister’s daughter’s friend’s christening ceremony or that friend’s aunt’s uncle’s wedding. It’s time for you to sit in your house and watch some movies or series.

Always keep in mind that going out is expensive, as there are some things that require money for such as transportation, buying a gift/ticket, etc. The point is BE AN OMO GET INSIDE THIS SEASON.

ECONOMIC CLOTHING

There’s a popular saying, pretend until you make it. You definitely don’t want your haters to know about your money troubles, so what better way to confuse them than to wear trendy clothes. And by clothes, we are not referring to those bought in shops but in places like Yaba and Oshodi market. #BEND DOWN SELECT ALL THE PATH.

SOCIAL MEDIA BREAK

Data should be the least of your worries during the Sapa season, which is why you need to take a break from social media. Pausing helps in two ways; a) You stop spending money to buy data, b) You are not exposed to the bad and expensive lifestyle of your friends and celebrities. It also allows you to reflect and come up with a plan to completely avoid Sapa next month.

Remember that there are two people during Sapa season; survivors and those who give up. Which are you? Leave a comment below. Hope you enjoyed reading this article? It is completely legal to share the link of this article with your family, friends and enemies. Thank you.

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