There are tons of times that we lose something valuable and it completely disappears out of our lives. Most of the time people resign themselves to the fact that they probably threw it away by acciden, or left it somewhere where it then got buried. In these situations, one personâs loss usually ends up being another personâs good fortune.
Unless you live in a cave, youâve figured out by now that everyday living expenses can really add up. If you think youâre safe because youâve got your rent or mortgage all paid off, think again. Transit, insurance, and utilities can add up quickly, and thatâs not even including money for going out and enjoying being alive.
When we go to the store today, weâre used to seeing a certain amount of useless stuff on the shelves. Maybe we donât need 50 different types of granola bars, but as long as people keep buying them, manufacturers will keep making them.
Everybody wants to get rich — but unfortunately, the only way youâll get rich with practically no effort is by winning the lottery. For those who are willing to make a little more effort than that, however, there are lots of ways to get rich.
eBay is great. Itâs an ideal place to search for any number of things, from popular consumer goods to hard-to-find items that you need to fill in a set or fix something that has broken.
What would you buy if you were rich? Would you spend your money on logical things like housing, food, charitable donations, and the like? Of course not! The whole point of being rich is having the ability to pay a ridiculous amount of money for crap you donât need.
If thereâs one thing the elite love to do, itâs drink. However, while most of us run to the liquor store to grab a 12 pack of our favorite American brews or a handle of moderately priced liquor, the rich and famous order their gold-plated, decades old, decadent beverages for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Was there a better decade to be a kid in than the â90s? We think not.
James Bond author Ian Fleming once said, âA gentlemanâs choice of timepiece says as much about him as does his Saville Row suit.â However, a classic watch is more than just a fashion accessory, itâs an asset.