I'm into my Audible too...Generally, what are 2-4 things you've bought hat have been well worth every penny?
Excluding Fastlane books (because I know half or more of you would rightfully call that book one)
- Plugin Bidet(I got a tushy)
- You really don't know what you're missing out on and how gross it is to not use one until you have it
- Electric Bike
- I've put 1000+ miles on this thing in a year. It's awesome to get around and get exercise when I want it
- Audible subscription
- My throughput for knowledge consumption probably tripled. I can listen to books exercising, commuting, folding laundry...
So -- what are yours?
BUT the best thing I've ever bought is my freedom and my independence. Being financially independent in a world where most people are slaves to their jobs, bosses, and debts is the best thing in the world. When I was young, I was working long hours and going to school while the people around were partying. They made fun of me. They told me I needed to get a life. While they were taking their high dollar vacations via their credit cards, I was saving and investing. They thought I was crazy. I told them that I just had good habits. I worked all week -- at an average of 60 to 70 hours. And I had a good career. Then every Sunday morning I went to my rentals and I mowed the lawns for my tenants. And I cheerfully said good morning to every grumpy one of them. They had spent their Saturday nights drinking while I was preparing for the following week. To them, I had no fun at all. ( I kept reminding them that I also didn't have the fun of a hangover either.)
BUT, now they don't laugh at me. I retired at 49. Years later, I'm still working hard every day. Now it's my choice. It's what I know how to do. I still mow lawns for my tenants, but now it's on my antique 8N tractor with my brush hog. Sometimes, someone will ask me how I did it. I just shrug and tell them that I worked hard. Why should I tell them my magic formula?