It seems like lately there have been more posts about saving money and how to accomplish fiscal responsibility. That's nice and all, but everyone splurges on something, no matter how fiscally conservative they are. I happen to think a topic like this would be a lot more interesting than eating rice for every meal to save money.
I personally splurge on an expensive gym membership next to my office, even though I have a pretty sufficient one in my apartment building. The convenience and amenities (I have a locker and they do my laundry, the steam room, basketball courts, etc. despite being in an urban area) make me much more likely to be consistent with my gym routine, so the expensive price tag every month is completely worth it to me. There are also pretty awesome networking opportunities there, so perhaps that's another way I justify it. Other things I splurge on would be travel, but I think that's a pretty standard thing for everyone.
So, what do you all like to splurge on?
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