- This topic has 15 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated February 16, 2007 at 3:47 pm by .
- February 16, 2007 at 3:47 pm #250984Guest
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, pen2i@… wrote:
While you’re looking at funding options, do a search for contests.
There are so many online and some include gym memberships or fundingfor personal trainers. Be sure to read the fine print to find out if
it’s a single entry or if you can enter daily, weekly, monthly etc..
> Hi Everyone. I’m a lurker and an occasional poster, but now I have
the need for any and all information you all can share. My situationis this: I am on an extremely tight budget. With each paycheck, I have
to juggle who gets what, and when, literally. With that said, I am
also overweight, and desperately want to join a gym. I have hadextremely positive results in the past, and know this is the route I
need to take again. My question to you all is this: is there a way
that I can join a gym frugally, meaning tax deductible or in any waythat it will positively affect my finances? Is there any way of having
to pay for a memebership, but yet somehow have it reimbursed in some
other way? I haven’t done any research online, yet. But so many of youhave such wonderful ideas, I wanted to start here first. Please, no
suggestions of how I can do excercises at home, at work, or the like.
I am all too familiar with these options. I am really specificallylooking for a way to incorporate a gy
> m membership in my budget, but with little or no affect in my
finances. Many thanks to you all.> ~Penni
> Hillsborough, NC
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.