7 investments you’ll never regret making
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Books are one of the best investments you can make.
Whether you’re reading about a boy who lives under the stairs or the life wisdom of an expert in a field, you will never regret buying a good book or a bad book.
You have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of any skill for under $20, don’t waste it.
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2. A gym membership
“Your health is your wealth”
There’s no point in having a yacht and not being able to dive off the side, or having a lover who you can’t walk along the beach with Start hitting the gym, lift heavy ass weights, get strong, and jacked it will only compliment every other area of your life.
3. Your goals
We all have goals, we all have a purpose — you should do everything you can to achieve it.
Whether you have to buy a course, move country or get a mentor, you owe it to yourself to do whatever you can to achieve your goals and find fulfillment.
4. A good camera
Sure, we all have our phones on us these days
But there’s something more mindful and present about taking out your camera and capturing the sunset than just whipping out your handy little dopamine device.
Get a good camera, practice the art of being present and combine the two to capture surreal experiences.
5. A good laptop
As much as we don’t want to admit it, we spend a tonne of time on our laptops / PCs.
And if you’re buying a crappy one, it’s going to need replaced every year and cost you much more in the long run than if you just bought a good one.
6. Good food
When you eat good whole foods, chicken, steak, eggs, fruit, you feel like a Greek God
When you eat Mcdonalds you feel bloated and want to sleep.
Look, Mcdonalds might be cheap, but you pay for it with your health from causing inflammation to messing with your dopamine receptors.
Put a bit more money and a bit of effort into your food and cooking and you’ll feel amazing.
Look, as much as you may be passionate about your work, life is nothing without experience.
Get out there, travel, meet people, and do cool shit.
Do stuff that will make your Netflix documentary worth watching.
I truly wish I understood this a few years ago.
CONTRIBUTED BY Alanrhn
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