1. Bed Mattresses
When I was more Middle Class I bought a $10,000 mattress from Hästens. I had to pay about $1500 a month to pay off the mattress, and $500 in rent. Crazy? Not at all. That mattress was an investment that is now paid off and will be used for the rest of my life. It’s also the place where I spend 1/3 of my 24 hour day every damn day. The idea that you should be spending more money on rent than your mattresses seems ludicrous to me. The bed is what matters, not the room or the house. Put simply, if you make $32,000 a year about a quarter of it should go to your bed but then you’re vested and completely rested.
2. Leather Jackets
Leather jackets are actually a good investment. You will have this thing forever and it looks better and better with wear instead…
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