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12 Things I No Longer Spend Money On In My 30s financial diet



ในวิดีโอนี้ Chelsea บอกเราถึงทุกสิ่งที่เธอไม่ได้ใช้จ่ายเงินในวัย 30 อีกต่อไปแล้ว ตั้งแต่กิจกรรมที่เธอไม่สนใจอีกต่อไปไปจนถึงการดื่มเหล้าราคาถูกที่มีแต่จะทำให้เกิดอาการเสียดท้องและอาการเมาค้างเท่านั้น ดูข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับ The Financial Diet ที่จัดโดย Chelsea Fagan ที่นี่: เว็บไซต์ The Financial Diet: เว็บไซต์ The Financial Diet: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: .

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12 Things I No Longer Spend Money On In My 30s

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37 thoughts on “12 Things I No Longer Spend Money On In My 30s financial diet”

  1. I know I'm supposed to be amused by a 30-year-old mocking herself for her supposedly elderly status, but it actually makes me annoyed and sad that we have collectively absorbed so much ageism that we actually find being ageist against ourselves to be funny. What are 50-year-olds watching this supposed to feel like?

  2. As someone who used to take 15+ hour flights quite frequently (before COVID) to visit my parents, I can say that penny pinching isn't worth it when what you have to do to save money includes physical torture.

  3. Rotisserie chicken is the best purchase you can buy if you are making a chicken dish that requires cooked chicken. They are delicious and you can’t purchase a chicken, season the chicken, turn on the oven and roast a chicken for the price of a rotisserie chicken. This is the first thing that came to mind regarding ready to eat food.

  4. In my 30s, I still like to keep a separate wardrobe of "going out clothes", for dance parties with friends and small local festivals. Haven't given up on that part of my life!

  5. Agree with everything except the skinny jeans. I am a chubby short gal, but my legs are pretty slim im comparison. By wearing skinny Jeans I can show them off and wear something loose an top, which looks great 🙂

  6. I've definitely done inconvenient travel every year. I'm not ready to give it up. I still feel like at 31 I'm not ready to give it up until I have more money.

  7. I won't ever stop buying hardcover books. I don't like the feel of paperback books when I'm holding them. I have a few because so books don't come in hardcover, but they're the exception. Someone please explain the e-books to me, I've tried them (my mom loves them) and hated them.

  8. I totally agree with cheap alcohol! I am fine with spending more on something I'll enjoy. Yes, they will get dusty. It won't affect the taste. Cooking at home is cheaper and better. My "inconvent" flights story is this. I was going overseas. I could spend $700 for a direct flight or spend $400 to spend 18 hours in an unknown, not particularly safe city where I knew no one. I took the $700 flight, my friend the $300 flight. I was up and ready to go after a short nap, my friend was exhausted. Get the direct flight if you can.

  9. Personally I love padded bras for my body and find the ones I have super comfortable. That said I don’t wear the super solid ones, I wear ones that are thin enough to be flexible and conform to my body, I have a strapless that is thicker and not very comfortable and will hopefully soon be replaced with a corset.

  10. How's about we ditch the dormy poster and go straight to mirrors; amplifies light indoors (especially if you wanna manipulate that and save up on electricity) and bonus points if you can tack on a metal back so it can also double as a magnetic bulletin board (whiteboard markers included)

  11. I agree with most of this, Chelsea. The exception for me would be hardcover books. We have turned a spare bedroom into a home “library.” We do buy the occasional new book, but we also buy used hardcover books as well from secondhand bookstores. You wouldn’t believe the amount of inner peace my wife and I get from spending time in our little library. It’s well worth every penny we’ve spent slowly building it. And paperbacks just wouldn’t give the space the same feel.

  12. The only one I disagree with is #4 because neurodivergence. I have ADHD and if it’s not prepped to go out of the fridge, I don’t eat it or I get takeout and it goes to waste anyways. So pre prepped food is the battle I let my brain win.

  13. Just want to say that gaming isn't a boys thing, girls and women game too. It's a fantastic and sociable hobby. My partner and I have found life long friends through gaming. I also used to travel across the whole of Europe working with Magic The Gathering, putting on huge tournaments. It was so fun.

  14. I'm almost 30 and you've inspired me: I am not going to spend money on any shot that's not tequila, ever again in my life! I'm past my days of wanting to get drunk, but even when I did enjoy getting drunk I never liked shots! There's no other food or drink item that I'd pay for like that, knowing I'm not going to enjoy it. Thank you, Chelsea!

  15. Me who follows drag queens on youtube and am constantly exposed to ostentatious makeup tutorials… yea fair enough. I guess i dont need to wear 9 pairs of lashes at once….

  16. Those travel saving lessons are hard to learn. After enough layovers spent lying on benches in IST and bruised backs in illegal taxis you start to readjust your price for convenience and time.

  17. I once went to Paris with two friends from London. They took the Chunnel because one of them is a nervous flyer and the other wanted to experience the Chunnel. I laughed as I booked Easyjet for a third of the price. I flew into an airport outside Paris whereas their train went straight into the city with all the Metro connections. What I paid in taxi faires to and from the airport ended up costing me more than they paid.

  18. I only get hardcover books for my birthday every year or borrow from friends. I can't and don't appreciate being on my phone to read. It's one of the things I can do off my phone and laptop.

  19. I've been bucking the tight jeans trend for a long time now, I only wear them in rainy weather in boots to avoid that 00s flare look where the street water has risen up to my knee level.

  20. Honestly, I never understood the point of drinking to get drunk – even in my 20s or in University – but to each their own. And – thank you for your videos, I find them very informative.

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