Who doesn't want to live large on a small budget? From fine dining to a luxe ride, here's how to get a lot more for much less.
Upgrading one thing doesn't mean you need to upgrade another and another — although it can feel that way. And there's a name for that — the Diderot Effect.
When it comes to saving time, cooking food right, and making meals delicious, these simple kitchen investments can go a long way.
From nice soap to good food to quality kitchen gear and more, a few small splurges are sometimes all you need to make your life feel utterly luxurious.
A useful tactic for dealing with those who think you need to spend more, a luxury eccentricity helps deflect criticism while allowing you to indulge.
How do you defend your luxuries? Easy: You defend them to yourself, not to some other guy.
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