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11 Valuable Items For a Luxurious Life

11 Valuable Items For a Luxurious Life

Frugality is always a strong topic in the Financial Independence /Retire early (FIRE) world, and it seems to me that we sometimes forget to spend a little money on the luxuries of life. Spending a little more on products you use every day is NOT a waste of money. In fact it’s the smart thing to do, and it should be considered inexpensive. We should be measuring the cost of something in cost per use, and additional happiness it brings…

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Retire 3 Years Earlier By Cutting Down Your Clothing Consumption & Why I’m Going Cold Turkey

Retire 3 Years Earlier By Cutting Down Your Clothing Consumption & Why I’m Going Cold Turkey

Inspired by Cait Flander’s new book: The Year of Less, I started thinking about my consumption habits — particularly clothes. I wondered why I needed to buy new ones every year and how many years earlier I could retire by removing clothing consumption from my lifestyle. The average American Household spends $1,600 a year on clothes. Considering the average household income is $60,000, the after-tax in NY** is $42,000. 4 percent of your average household’s yearly expenditure is on clothing….

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