While there are plenty of lists out there telling you what you shouldn’t spend your money on, we thought we would take things in the other direction. Now that you have all your hard earned cash just sitting in the bank, what should you spend it on? Whether it’s getting more bank for you buck or just living a healthier life, these are 25 things that are worth your hard earned cash!
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A good night’s sleep makes your day better. Don’t skimp on this.
This is especially relevant if you have a construction/handyman type job
If you spend the day on the computer, make sure your chair is comfortable. Better yet, get a standing desk
This may not apply if you live in cold environments though. Even the best ones will fall apart after a few winters.
You spend about one third of your time in bed so you should definitely invest in this
You’re better off getting a decent used bike than getting an equally priced new bike from Walmart
When it comes to things like wrenches and hammers, you get what you pay for
Just make sure you find a good doctor who is conservative with his use of the surgery. That way you’ll know you’re getting it at the right time and not just because somebody wants to make money.
They have the potential to make cooking enjoyable. Don’t go for the cheap brands
Because they stop your car. Definitely worth getting the expensive brand.
Never, ever take the cheapest quote. Bad contractors are a dime a dozen.
It’s better to spend a bit more for vegetables and chicken than to ruin your body with twinkies and pop tarts
We’re not saying to buy the most expensive one (over $1000), but don’t go super cheap (less than $100). Even if you’re starting out you’ll want something that you can actually play for a few years
The cheapest brands are cheap for a reason. You don’t need to splurge, but good shoes are worth having.
Do your research. There are really cheap ones out there that will cause you infinite frustration. If you don’t have time to research, go with a solid brand (like Apple). Besides, anything cheaper than the cheapest mac typically isn’t worth it (except for edge cases like genuinely only needing it for email…in which case, just use your phone)
Skimping on hotels is an easy way to ruin your vacation. You already paid to get there so you might as well enjoy it.
This is especially true if you live in colder climates.
Go for polarized.(pro-tip: polarized isn’t always more expensive)
Although if you’re planning on doing glacier walks, you’re probably not the type that is planning to skimp on crampons
64 GB on phones
Unless you can increase the storage manually with SD cards
Of course, if you took our advice on the Mac, you already have an SSD in your computer. (for the non-techies: SSD stands for solid state drive. It makes your computer faster than the older HDD, or hard disk drive)
You don’t have to get Beats, but don’t get the cheapest ones either. It makes music and movies much more enjoyable.
Get the features you want right from the get go. You’re already spending 30 grand. You don’t want to regret not spending the other 2 grand to make it comfortable.
Note: this doesn’t mean to say yes to everything the salesperson suggests. Do your research first and know what you want before you actually hit the lot. In fact, as a rule you should never agree to any extra feature unless you already knew about it beforehand and had decided that you wanted it.