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So, am I spending too much on wellness?

That’s kind of like asking how long is a piece of string… But if you’re feeling the pinch, you’re not alone: according to ING research, 45 per cent of millennials are worried they’ll never get out of debt, while 53 per cent namecheck saving as a top priority. If you’re not sure exactly where want to keep.” Ultimately, if regular kinesiology sessions make a real difference to your life, they’re worth the outlay. But if you could stomach switching your pricey yoga studio membership to an online subscription, you could put the extra dollars towards your nest egg – and watching that figure grow will most likely do wonders for your wellbeing.

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