Krish Seshadri, a 28 year old pizza delivery man for the past 8 years, was in trouble. His job wasn’t paying the bills and his moral was at an all time low with fuel costs rising and constant repairs. His wife continued to spend money and with 5 young children at home he wasn’t sure where to turn.
“I was burning the candle at both ends. Working more to support my family and sleeping less because of it. We were spending so much money on the kids and my wife’s constant shopping that we were falling behind. She had this problem before but promised it would stop once we were married. It didn’t.”
The turning point came when he stumbled upon some saving tips from our very own website on his lunch hour. He joined the list and the next events were surprising.
“With tips from the newsletter and special offers, I started examining my monthly costs. I realized that if I started by figuring out what i was spending the most on, I could figure out where I could potentially save the most. I started dancing with joy once I realized financial freedom was possible.”
He shared his research excitedly with his wife. While she wasn’t thrilled about his findings since it meant cutting down on spending, she knew it was in the best interest of her family. Unfortunately this mean cutting down on her love of buying new bracelets. While she adores bright colours and new styles, cutting down on this expensive habit immediately offered some financial relief.
“It wasn’t easy to convince her at first but when we sat down and looked at the numbers, it was easy thing to do for the kids.”
After going through all the articles on our site and sucking up all the knowledge we were wondering how he was feeling.
““I feel like I’m retired with the peace of mind I have from joining the community here through the newsletter. Everyone feels financial pressures. It’s normal. What separates the winners from losers is how we react to these pressures. The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. In my case, the first step was simply joining a mailing list”