Finance Now & After Lockdown
The Government is expected to make a decision next Monday on whether or not to extend or end the level 4 lockdown at the end of its initial four-week run on April 22.
Like many New Zealand businesses, Loansmart adapted rapidly as the impact of COVID-19 unfolded throughout the country. We set up our staff to work remotely and made changes within our business operations to help our clients through the lockdown period. Three weeks in and we’ve been able to assist hundreds of new clients who applied for finance through our online loan application.
When the lockdown is over, the Loansmart team will return to our offices and be in full-swing to help people with their finance requirements.
If you think you’ll need some finance after lockdown, we’ll be here for you. In fact, you might need some money now, if so, apply online today and our remote team will receive your application straight away and start processing it.
In the meantime – how’s your cooking at home going? Of course, you’re doing a lot more than usual.
Check out this article we found online today – it’ll help you get through the next week in the kitchen and a bit longer if the lockdown continues past the 22nd.
How to cook three meals a day, every single day
Let’s be honest, until a couple of weeks ago, how many of us really cooked three meals a day on a regular basis?
Maybe on an average day, you skipped breakfast and grabbed some sushi for lunch at the office. A home-cooked dinner, perhaps four nights out of seven, takeaway one night, cereal another (because you couldn’t be bothered) and then dinner out with friends to round out the week.
If that sounds familiar, you’ll get no judgement from me. That’s a pretty standard week for a lot of people. Honestly, if you were cooking at home four nights a week I’d say you’re doing pretty well.
Regardless, in this brave new world we’re all in, making the shift from less than 10 home-cooked meals per week to somewhere in the vicinity of 21 is going to take some getting used to. Here are my tips.
Click here to be taken to the article by Adam Liaw and view all the great tips and tricks (it will open in a new window).