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vacationI think we all begin to realize this as we get older:  experiences are priceless.  And indeed, we all have a lot of people in our lives to tell us to save our pennies– for a rainy day– to buy that house in the suburbs, in case we lose our jobs, for our retirement.

But who is telling us to spend our money?  Carl Richards from the NY Times, that’s who…and we agree.  What do you think?

“Life experiences give you an incalculable return on investment. Every. Single. Time. So why is it so hard for us to spend money on them?”  Read more here.

 

 

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