Posted in Sage magazine

Cashing in on ‘I Do’

I love weddings (watching them on TV actually; attending them, not so much) and I’ve always wondered, why do they have to cost so much? In the February issue of Sage magazine, we reflect on the cost of saying I Do to the one you love.

It features conversations with wedding planners, business opportunities created by the wedding industry and 5 ways in which savvy but cash strapped brides are saving money and still getting a fabulous wedding. That is one article you don’t want to miss!

This issue also features football legend Joe Kadenge whose compelling story by the incomparable Owaahh is a must read. Our finance writer shows you how to invest offshore and Kithaka wa Mberia, one of Kenya’s most successful authors shares tips on how to make money from books.

Along with that is our usual sprinkling of articles on personal finance, fashion, style, decor, fitness, food, motoring and the arts.

Sage is only Ksh400 bob and is available in Nakumatt and Chandarana supermarkets. A digital version is available on Magzter.

Have a fabulous read!

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