I came across this article on Business Insider the other day.
I was searching for something totally unrelated.
But the headline was something like "6 things people who have a good relationship with money always splurge on"
And that totally grabbed my attention - like it’s grabbed yours I assume!
And frankly some of the things that were on it were pretty fascinating.
I've cut it down a bit for faster reading (plus some of the things on there were like loyalty cards which ... I don't think count):
This is a given, I suppose - anything that gets you a new skill is worth spending on, I'd agree with that.
#2 Labour saving products for work
Anything that again improves your productivity at work, ie your ability to earn more money. Makes sense.
“An experience that improves your health and quality of life can be a good target for a splurge.” That's fair - something you'll never forget and enhances your life.
#4 Good kitchenware
Yep. I didn’t make this up.
According to Business Insider, kitchenware that lasts is always a good investment because it’ll encourage you to cook home more often - saving money on going out, while at the same time perfecting a great life skill.
Plus, I’d add that you get to control what you put into your body and thus, control your health.
Have you ever heard a better argument for splurging on one of our beautiful knives?
Optimised for both function and feel? Optimised for control?
Tbh at this price, it barely even feels like a splurge!
What are you waiting for? Business Insider wouldn't wait...