We're talking minimalism this week.
Minimalism Example #2:
Do you buy an expensive laptop that lasts a while, or a cheap laptop you have to replace every 2 years?
Because buying a cheap $300 laptop was a no-brainer for us compared to buying a Macbook. But our first one barely last 2 years. Then, we bought another $300 replacement. And it's been awful, too. I can't imagine doing it again.
Similarly, we loved buying the Magic Bullet over the expensive Vitamix. But we're on our 4th.
At what point are we just being stupid through our attempts at being fiscally smart?
Give me answers, as well as new examples to talk about this week.
Yes, I know the right answer is "you don't need a laptop."