Not all financial splurges are unhealthy and dangerous. Learn how to determine when a splurge is good for you.
- If you're watching this video,…chances are you're at least a little curious…about when it's okay to treat yourself…without the guilt hangover afterward.…Yes, it is possible.…Let's cover how to ease up on the discipline breaks safely…and without breaking the bank.…Let's begin funny enough with the guilt hangover.…Perhaps you've been in a situation…where you let yourself indulge,…maybe because you've been killing it at work…or you just achieved a goal.…You told yourself that you deserved it.…The universe owes you this fun night out,…this new gadget, this sweater that you don't really need…but it's half off so anyway you should just get it.…
But in reality, what you needed wasn't the sweater, gadget,…or even the night out.…What you did need was to release the energy…that had built up by pushing yourself so hard.…So step one of splurging in a healthy way…is recognizing that it's about the feeling, not the stuff.…In fact, if you find yourself…accidentally splurging somewhat regularly,…it's a sign that you need to build more flexibility…
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