The Top 8 Things Worth Splurging On


No one likes to have to spend too much money on everyday items but there are some things in life that you just can’t afford to be stingy about!

1) Car Tyres

If you’re going to be driving back and forth from work, or rushing around town chasing Pokémon, a good set of car tyres can literally be a life-saver.  Don’t skimp on getting good tyres because let’s face it, the cheaper ones wear out faster, cost more money in the long run and will put your life at risk.



2) Mattress

Did you know we spend at least one-third of our lives sleeping? Sweet dreams are not made out of backaches, so the last thing you want to do is buy a cheap mattress that leaves you aching and sore all over when you wake up. Get a comfy mattress that offers proper support for your spine to enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.



3) Shoes

Put it this way, if those boots aren’t made for walking, they may just leave you with unwanted blisters and bruises all over your feet. Make sure you invest in at least one pair of comfy shoes that you can wear for long walks or if you’re going to be standing around all day watching your friends fling Pokéballs at Pikachu.



4) Healthy Food

Malaysians love food and despite our inability to decide where to eat, we need to be more careful with the food we choose to put into our bodies. As the saying goes, ‘you are what you eat’ and if you’re having fast food every day, you’re in for a bad time. You don’t necessarily have to buy 100% organic produce and ingredients, but be more selective and try to have a balanced diet of including fruit and veggies.



5) Kitchen Utensils

Ever heard the difference between a blunt knife versus a sharp knife? The difference is, a blunt knife will ruin your ingredients and it’s going to hurt a LOT more if you accidentally cut yourself. The rule of thumb is to invest in proper kitchenware like sharp knives, pots, pans, and the like that are made to last. Opting for cheaper and lower quality items is not only risky but will be costly as you find yourself constantly replacing your kitchenware.



6) Contact Lenses or Glasses

A good pair of glasses will last you for many years and should always be seen as a long-term investment. If you are always staring at a computer screen while at work, make sure you get the proper coating for the lenses as well. For those who prefer to wear contact lenses, make sure you invest in a  contact lens solution that cleans and disinfects after each wear, because you don’t want to catch an eye infection every time you put your contacts on.



7) Luggage

If you are an avid traveller and want to explore the world, you should definitely invest in a set of high-quality luggage that will go the distance. The baggage handlers at airports are known for being a little rough with your luggage, so you’re going to need a set of luggage that can take a beating and keep your belongings secure whenever you travel.



8) Dental Care

It’s been a long, hot and tiring day and you’ve finally gotten that ice-cold drink you’ve been craving. However, the first thing you feel is a mind-numbing pain that shoots through your jaw right up into your brain. Ouch.

Oral hygiene is extremely important and if you choose to neglect it just to save money, you could end up with dental cavities, bad breath and a slew of other health issues. So schedule that dentist appointment and listen to your dentist when they say you need to brush and floss twice every day.


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Posted on August 24, 2016 and filed under Lifestyle.