Are lattes, hair highlights, bottled water, umbrellas, laptops, Internet service and mouthwash really all necessities?
In this New Year and
bad new economy, there is a fine line between luxury and necessity. Momlogic staffers get real and share what they consider necessities in their lives.
I consider manicures a necessity. In fact I hate getting them. The result -- having clean- looking hands -- however, is a must for me!
Well, I know it sounds indulgent, but I consider my weekly private pilates sessions a necessity. I get an hour of peace of mind, strength training and total uninterrupted me-time, which I don't even get in the bathroom because my dog always barges in. I know it's expensive ... but worth every penny to me.
|I think getting my eyebrows professionally tweezed/shaped is a necessity. I only do it every 4 - 6 weeks so I'm able to justify the $35 expense. I also think weekly manicures at 12 a pop are an (expensive) necessity.|
|Melissa: $200 hair coloring every 4 weeks. There is NO WAY IN HELL that I will give this up - it is an absolute necessity|
|Julie: For me, travel is a necessity. I know some consider vacation a luxury,
but I live to travel and if I couldn't do it, I would be seriously
What do you consider necessity or luxury?