4. Spend on things that help you earn.
You don’t need to be miserable to save money. The rich splurge on things that guarantee a long term investment. Making purchases that help your work, contribute to your current job, or add to your overall earning power are good.
Kimberly Palmer, a personal finance expert at Nerdwallet, is happy to splurge on work outfits, a good laptop, or a reliable car.
5. Invest in services that save you time.
According to Business Insider, the rich don’t shy away from splurging on services that could save their time and mental agony. They focus on investing rather than spending. Getting your groceries home delivered, using laundry services, or renting a comparatively expensive space to stay closer to work will only add quality time to your life. These things may cost more but they give you an ample amount of time to do the things that make you happy.
6. Experiences are invaluable.
Millionaires live a flamboyant lifestyle and make sure to add life experiences to their calendar. That’s because they prioritise spending on enriching experiences that add to their life and health. They would easily swap their daily expenses with life-changing treks, skydiving, trips, or a gym membership!