What People Would Treat Themselves To If Money Was No Object

Money may not be able to buy happiness, but it definitely pays for some conveniences that make us pretty happy. A Reddit thread gets into this topic by asking, “What’s the one thing you would treat yourself to regularly if money was no object?”

More than 12-thousand people are sharing the splurges they’d make if they suddenly had more cash than they knew what to do with. These are some of the best responses:

  • “Weekly housekeeping services. I really hate housekeeping.”
  • “Whatever I wanted. A little treat at the shop, a cute but impractical piece of clothing, a dinner out maybe. I'd just like to be able to buy something I want for no other reason than because I want it, without having to do all of the mental gymnastics and algorithms about whether it's "worth it" or what I might need that money for later on as I regret the purchase.”
  • “Every musical instrument I can fit under a roof.”
  • “Now that I do have money, the one thing I treat myself to is getting whatever I want on a restaurant menu. If I want appetizers, I don't try to get the cheapest, just what sounds good.”
  • “High quality food, with actual nutrition.”
  • “Leisure time. More of it.”
  • “Fancier and more frequent date nights with the wife.”
  • “Spa days. Self care is expensive.”
  • “Sleep.”
  • “Facials, massages, vacations.”
  • “Trips abroad and stays in expensive hotels.”
  • “Dental care.”
  • “Personal cook/nutritionist. Having my meals made for me, and them being healthy meals, would be so nice.”
  • “I would treat myself to retirement.”
  • “I’d buy a house…so tired of how I’m treated as renter.”
  • “Charcuterie boards, tattoos, and deep tissue massages.”
  • “Long international flights in first class. Something about that just seems so relaxing to me.”

Source: Reddit

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