Consumers spend money on the craziest things and domainers don’t represent an exception. Yet a lot of times, people try to save a buck on extremely important investments and let me give you just two examples: the bed you sleep on several hours/day and they chair you sit on when you’re working.
Yep, your bed and your chair.
Think about it:
1. How many hours per day do you spend sleeping on your bed?
2. How many hours per day do you spend sitting on your chair? (for most of us, the answer to question #2 is unfortunately “too much” but that’s a topic for another post about how a sedentary lifestyle can be a silent killer)
Combined, you probably spend more than 50% of the day sleeping and sitting.
Since that is the case, why do people consider spending 4 figures on a chair outrageous?
Or spending a pretty penny on a bed?
There’s nothing wrong with being frugal, nothing at all.
If you want to save money, avoid (over)spending $ on things you don’t need.
You know, the shiny stuff that makes you feel good for a few moments after buying it and then that’s it.
But being frugal when it comes to the things you spend over 50% of your time using? Bad idea