21 Little Luxuries That Make You Feel Way Richer Than You Are financial diet

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  1. I feel so fancy when people come to my apartment and have a mild complaint and I always have something in my home to help. Headache, stomach pain, allergies, so on and so forth, I got you covered.

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  2. Using good cloth napkins, nice placemats, and coasters.
    Pouring liquid soap (like Softsoap or Suave) into pretty soap dispensers.
    Getting an anti-fatigue floor mat for the kitchen. I got a nice one at Christmas Tree Shop for $12.

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  3. for wine glasses- you can get some bomb ass glasses from charity shops. Also if none of your glassware matches then you don't have to be mad if one breaks.

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  4. So this is for the candle option….
    I started making my own candles and it's so great! It does take a while but its fun to make candles out of jars you want. So I reused a lot of jars and Mason jars I just had lying around or I found bunches of them at the thrift store. So I make all these candles and I put them on my porch and I legit feel fancy and fuckin clever because 1…I made those jar candles and 2…… it looks super fancy at night when I'm chilling on my deck with a glass of wine or cup of tea

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  5. Dude I bought a really nice statement necklace at a thrift store that looks like it would be worth $20 some dollars but I got it for $4 (I also got a Kate spade wallet at a thrift store for like $20 which would I think normally go for like $70) 🙂

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  6. I find disturbing that so many people in the comments are actually going to spend more money on sht they don't need while preaching about decluttering. Like, I thought you broke, but if you're really thinking about buying nice lace lingerie to wear everyday to feel luxurious, baby you already live in luxury because if it's cheap, it's not going to be comfortable (not breathable fabrics). Imagine having a job where you can be comfortable wearing lacy stuff under your ordinary work clothes. Imagine having the time for hand washing that many clothes lol

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  7. For you, it is bobby pins. For me, it is menstrual products! I remember being poor as a kid and sometimes having to get creative and constantly being anxious that nature would call before my mother's next check cleared and we could go buy some. NEVER AGAIN SHALL I BE SO HELPLESS TO MY OWN BODILY PROCESS. I now have menstrual products on hand everywhere–in every room, every bag, and every drawer both at home and at work. I have no shame in hoarding these and hand them out like candy to my fellow females in need.

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  8. I love discount candles, I use one of the jars for storing all my sample designer perfumes on a tray along with my few full sized perfume bottles on a beautiful metal tray I got from the dollar tree. It feels so luxurious for such a minimal cost, and I know where to find my (now) many perfumes in one spot.

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  9. I think the idea of having an abundance of goods at home is a pretty American thing…I don't like it at all….in different places where public transport is so well developed people go to supermarkets without any problem and don't overfill their houses with exaggerated numbers of things, but a good amount that would go run for a certain period of time….In my opinion in America, people tend to buy soooooo many things (because buy more save more ads are everywhere that brainwash people's mind easily) that they don't use but end up throwing in the end…this consumer-buying marketing is nothing but destroying the world and I really don't appreciate the greediness of America people!

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  10. I know some people say soda streams aren't worth it, but if you like sparkling water, you can carbonate your own water with it. I don't get their syrups to make soda and carbonated water is a good substitute for soda cravings, you can add citrus as you say and instant fancy sparkling water.

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  11. I agree with you for most points, but I don't think candles should be chosen for a cheap price or how pretty the jar is. Some candles produce less soot and put less toxic chemicals into the air. Since the candle chemicals literally go into your lungs, and soot is nearly impossible to clean (so it can create hundreds of dollars of damage really quickly), a good quality candle is worth every penny imo.

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