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It’s not how much something costs that matters, but how often you use it.

If you can afford it, is a $100 kitchen knife really that expensive if it’s going to help with cooking every day for the next 5 years?

Is a $200 office chair really that expensive if it’s going to help with your posture every day for the next 4 years?

Is a $1000 laptop really that expensive if it’s going to help with work every day for the next 3 years?

Many of us spend more than that on just coffee alone every year.

Don’t splurge, but do invest in things that’ll bring you a better quality of life.

I’m rebuilding my life by discovering who I am, learning what I’m capable of after a 9 year heartbreak that left me stranded in China.

Comments:

  • Chris

    July 4, 2018

    I completely agree! Great comfort after I just had to buy a new laptop! After spilling water and breaking my old one.. :'( Thanks!

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