How do you invest in yourself? When it came to how I spent my money, I never considered googling "what are ways to invest in yourself" but if I did I would of saved a lot money way sooner.
Would you believe me if I said that every year the average American spends a whopping $2,388 on items to treat themselves?
Join me in a task.
Pull out your calculator and do a quick mental inventory of everything you spend money on that isn't a a bill or going toward your savings.
I started thinking of how many times I got my hair, eyebrows, and nails done last year.
When the number on the screen flashed with $808, I stopped adding.
Keep in mind this didn't include Ubers to school, clothes bought as the seasons shifted, and trips out to eat.
If you found that your number was less than mine then good job. You're already spending smartly, now we just need to make sure that you are still investing in yourself enough.
If you're more on the higher end, then keep reading because not only will you gain inspiration for spending less but you'll even see new ways to experience self-care.
Keep reading to find out 6 new ways to invest in yourself from home!
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#1- The Gym
When the Gym closed temporarily I canceled my membership, invested in some gym equipment, and made my room my workout center.
Examples of equipment to purchase
These Resistance Exercise Bands were great for working out my glutei and building leg strength. What better way to invest in yourself than to invest in your health?