Hi everyone ,In this blog, I’m going over seven purchases that have massively improved my life. Let’s get into it.
7 Best purchases for financial life
Number one on the list is my Amazon Kindle. I purchases this for around $80, and it has made the biggest difference in my life. Whenever I come across a book that I like or have been recommended, I buy it on my Kindle right away and start reading it immediately. Because of this, I read so many more books than I would have otherwise. If I want to finish a book quickly, I buy it on my Kindle and also listen to the audio version at the same time.
This may sound strange, but it helps me read about three times faster. It’s also really handy for traveling since it’s lightweight and easy to carry around. I have the standard basic Kindle, but there are also the Paperwhite and Kindle Oasis models with additional features if you want to spend more money.
Number two on my list is a milk frother that I purchases this. It’s really good for making iced coffee, and it’s compact and quick to use. Highly recommended if you’re a coffee person.
Number three is leveraging. This isn’t a specific purchase, but it’s something I now regularly spend money on. Leveraging is about finding ways to get more out of what you have, multiplying your output from the same amount of effort. For example, with this YouTube channel, I used to do everything by myself, from editing to accounting and website management.
This was slowing me down since I had to teach myself and learn through videos and books. So, I made my first hire, an editor, and it made a huge difference. Now, I can focus on what I’m good at and outsource the rest, which saves me time and improves the quality of my content. Leverage can be applied in different ways, such as using automation systems or software to speed up your workflow.
Number four is Clean My Mac, a software that I’ve been using for years. It cleans up malware and speeds up your Mac with just one click. It also provides informative monitors about your Mac’s performance, such as battery temperature and storage space. I highly recommend it, and you can purchases it for free with a 7-day trial. If you like it.
Number five is investing in my ikigai. This isn’t a physical item, but spending money to find my purpose has had a huge impact on my day-to-day life. Ikigai is a Japanese concept that refers to something that gives you a sense of purpose or a reason for living. It’s the intersection of what you love, what you’re good at, what you can be purchases for, and what the world needs. Investing time and money to develop these four elements is one of the best investments you can make.
Number six is investing in anything that improves your quality of life, such as a good mattress, sofa, or office chair. Since we spend a significant amount of time sleeping or sitting at our desks, it’s worth purchases on items that support our posture and help us get a good night’s sleep.
Number seven is investing in solo travel. Last year, I took a solo trip to Bali and it was one of the most rewarding experiences. Traveling alone pushes you out of your comfort zone and gives you a new perspective on life. Even spending time alone on a road trip or a weekend getaway can have psychological benefits and teach you self-acceptance.
Lastly, investing in my health has always been worthwhile for me. Whether it’s spending money on mental health or physical well-being, I have never regretted it.
So those are the seven purchases that have made a massive difference in my life. I hope you found this blog helpful. If you have any questions or suggestions for future topics, let me know in the comments below.