Gucci is high-end to me as is Gap and Target these days.
Getting name-brand oatmeal would be living the high-life.
This article on CNNMoney is really fascinating and it points out something that I can really relate to. It also brings up an important discussion: “Do I save my pennies and buy longer lasting quality ‘high-end’ items or go with the ‘lower-end’ item that will wear out faster but be less expensive initially?”
Since I’m thinking of my mottos throughout the respective last year of the Spending Fast and this year’s Spending Diet I’m inclined to think “Quality over Quantity” and “Wear It Out” which to me means buy less QUANTITY and have more QUALITY.
So, basically I just talked myself into a Louis Vuitton bag. Hey, the article told me to. Who am I to argue?
Click on the below image to read the full article. Would love to hear your thoughts on this.
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