7 THINGS you shouldn't save on! (Advice)

7 THINGS you shouldn't skimp on! Many have been tested on myself, so I can safely vouch for their plausibility, so we read, reflect and share our life experiences ...

1. Dentist ...

It is no secret that healthy and beautiful teeth are one of the most important components of excellent health and self-confidence.

You need to be friends with your dentist and visit him at least 2 times a year. This is the only way you can protect yourself from tooth decay and its more dire consequences. Many of us often put off going to the dentist until better times. Do not wait until the doctor tells you that this situation could have been completely avoided if you had appeared in his office six months earlier. Then the problem could be solved with a small and relatively inexpensive filling.

2. Insurance ...

Saving on insurance is perhaps one of the stupidest ways to save money. Your nerves and peace of mind are worth much more. And the amount of insurance is not so great, if you imagine what kind of risk it covers.

3. Suspicious products ...

Discounts, sales - so often modern industry lures us. But last season's blouse is one thing, and expiring products are quite another. If discounted products seem suspicious to you, you better refrain from buying them.

4. Clothes and footwear ...

You need to save on clothes and shoes wisely. Of course, you shouldn't overpay for the brand and big designer names. However, do not stoop to cheap low-quality consumer goods.

After all, cheap clothes in the end still cost us more - it just loses its color, shape faster, and now, you are again forced to go for a new purchase.

5. Repairs ...

If you have problems with the faucet or windows, you need to replace pipes or put tiles - in this case, you have two options: do the repair yourself or hire people for money.

Do the repair yourself only if you are sure that you can do everything correctly and efficiently. However, you need to ask for help wisely. Before entrusting the case to employees, ask about their work experience, the availability of reviews and recommendations.

6. Rest and healthy sleep ...

We often strive to make as much money as possible by taking on the extra workload. We stay after work, go out on weekends. We spend less time with our family, we don't get enough sleep.

In this case, there is nothing to be surprised at a decrease in performance, memory impairment and concentration. We succeed in less time, therefore, we begin to spend more time on work. It's a vicious circle. Stop, take a vacation, go somewhere, or at least just get enough sleep! They don't save on health.

7. Education, development, professional development ...

You have long dreamed of buying an interesting and useful book, going to foreign language courses, going to university or taking advanced training courses, but you feel sorry for the money.

Don't save! Education is one of those things that pay off your investment pretty quickly. Promotion, new job offers, more skills and opportunities. All this brings us a steady increase in income.