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8 Times You’re Allowed To Splurge

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| July 10, 2018

8 Times You’re Allowed To Splurge

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Have you ever found yourself burned out at the end of a very stressful day? One way to recuperate is to get a (very) long good night’s sleep. The other is to splurge on anything that you’ve always wanted for the past few weeks.

There are times that you stop yourself from spending too much (because bills, etc.), but every now and then, you have to cut yourself some slack and treat yourself. Hey, you deserve it after working so hard! But remember, it’s best to splurge during these times:

 

1. When You Had A Successful Pitch

You’ve been anxious for weeks because of an important pitch to a potential client; day of pitch and your pitch is a success! All of your hard work finally paid off, and what better way to celebrate than to treat yourself with a buffet meal. Munch on your favorite dishes that you’ve surely missed eating after those stressful weeks!

 

2. When You Survived Hell Week

We’ve all experienced being the cramming student during our college years. Hell week is arguably the most tensed week throughout our student life, especially if you’re a graduating student. Lots of sleepless nights are allotted for that one major exam; it’s as if there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. But alas! You’re able to pass through hell week alive and well! You deserve that new clothes you’ve wanted to get for a while now.

 

3. When It’s the Holidays

It’s the Christmas season, which only means one thing: holiday bazaars! Not splurging on something during the holidays is almost impossible, so why not make the most of the season by buying your loved ones presents that they will treasure for a long time.

 

4. When You’re Travelling Alone for the First Time

You’ve been planning to reward yourself with some quality me-time, and you’ve finally cleared your calendar to do just that. And honestly, we cannot think of any better me-time than going on a relaxing trip by your lonesome. Best to hoard all the essential travel stuff that you’ll need before your actual trip.