Below is Dave Ramsey’s top 7 items that are WORTH Splurging on:
So tell me-do you agree or disagree?
Toilet Paper: Living like no one else shouldn’t involve a rash and/or a new walking style.
Trash Bags: Go with the paper-thin plastic bags if you really want to. But realize that as soon as the plastic snaps, you’re the one on your hands and knees picking up Junior’s used diapers, those mashed potatoes from two days ago and that half-eaten can of pinto beans.
Running Shoes: Your slowly deteriorating Achilles tendon doesn’t care about your get-out-of-debt plan, but it would appreciate it if you would stop running half marathons in a pair of 10-year-old Converse.
Food: There’s a difference between inexpensive food and cheap food. Cheap food (i.e. fast food) will save you a buck of two, but you’ll more than pay for it 20 years from now when a heart surgeon is scraping your arteries clean.
Bed Sheets: Turns out, sleeping on sandpaper isn’t comfortable unless you are a two-by-four.
Office Chair: Yes, my lower back feels like someone drove a spike through it when I leave the office every day, but I saved $200 on this office chair! Super cool, right? No, that’s not super cool at all. You’d be better off standing up.
Silverware: If your knives and forks are the shape of a crescent moon, we think it’s okay to spend a few extra dollars on a nicer set
Taken from Dave Ramsey