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Buy This, Not That: Flights, Skincare, Cars, & More financial diet



ในวิดีโอนี้ Chelsea จะแนะนำเราเกี่ยวกับการแลกเปลี่ยนการใช้จ่ายต่างๆ ที่คุณอาจต้องการพิจารณา เช่น การกระจายแหล่งรายได้ของคุณ แทนที่จะใส่ไข่ทางการเงินทั้งหมดไว้ในตะกร้าใบเดียว วิดีโอนี้สนับสนุนโดย Thinkific เริ่มสร้างหลักสูตรออนไลน์ด้วยการสร้างบัญชี Thinkific ฟรีของคุณวันนี้: ค่าธรรมเนียมสายการบิน “งบประมาณ”: บทสัมภาษณ์การแฮ็กบัตรเครดิต: สถิติรถใหม่: การซื้อรถยนต์มือสอง: ความนิยมอย่างหนัก: การสร้างรถเข็นบาร์ในราคาประหยัด: เทรนด์เสื้อผ้าเลานจ์: การขายต่อตำรา: หนังสือเรียนฟรี: เข้าร่วมช่องนี้เพื่อเข้าถึงสิทธิพิเศษ: เว็บไซต์ The Financial Diet: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: .

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Buy This, Not That: Flights, Skincare, Cars, & More

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30 thoughts on “Buy This, Not That: Flights, Skincare, Cars, & More financial diet”

  1. The calculate the extra fees for flights seems obvious but you would be surprised. I’ve lectured my friend on it and she still ends up paying more because she’s not realistic. Once the trip comes she overpacked doesn’t pack food and ends up paying those extra fees.

  2. Sooo the airline loyalty thing … that makes sense if you're flying within the US … but if you're flying internationally (and to different parts of the world), you're not likely going to be using the same airline and the partners can sometimes be wayyy more expensive.

  3. I really love your videos Chelsea! I learn a lot and I also get motivated to be more smart with my spendings! If you let me give you a suggestion, I would pay more attention to the camera settings. Especially the focus, which is off in some of your videos. Keep up the good work!

  4. Aren’t you legally supposed to transparently state at the beginning of the video that the video is sponsored instead of just sneaking it in the middle? Sus

  5. I have a Vitamix and I love it. I used to get the cheapest one I could find to make smoothies, but I upgraded after going vegan and wanting to make things like homemade hummus, banana ice cream, and nut butters. I've had it for over 5 years. For me, I have never regretted a splurge that makes eating healthy more convenient. MY financial regrets are usually on things that I don't use or that are single use items (like impulsively ordering out).

  6. I didn't know carpet tiles were a thing now. I always thought they were ugly. They may be practical in an office, but I really don't get why you'd want them in your home!

  7. I am so on board with almost all of this, but I came here to say that Ninja blenders are hot garbage trash do not waste your money. If you’re trying to blend veg, you’re gonna have chunks. Additionally, I don’t know a single person with a Ninja that hasn’t cut themselves trying to clean it. The blades are unnecessarily hellacious. Nutribullets are awesome and I love my refurbished bottom of the line Blendtec.

  8. For some specific issues I prefer to skip dermatologists and drug stores altogether (that only seem to make my issues worse in the long run) and go the DIY route. Its not for everyone, and you have to careful, but it is another option. And when it comes to the Vitamix, as a prolific cook I'd like to respectfully disagree – I wish I never bothered with the cheaper ones as they just ended up being a waste of money. They were not as versatile or capable of achieving the same texture vs a Blendtec or Vitamix. Plus, the more expensive ones retain some of their value and can be resold. I thought I'd disagree with a lot more but was pleasantly surprised. Thanks for the reminders!

  9. Ok but when I buy high quality loungewear I don’t regret it – I recently bought the skims soft lounge dresses and even though they were pricey they’re SO comfortable, easy, and flattering I’m obsessed

  10. Hmm are they really called single use blenders or do you mean single function? Single use sounds more like you use it once and throw it away lol

  11. The one thing I slightly disagree with is going to a dermatologist instead of skincare. As a huge skincare nerd, I completely agree that cutting back on how much at-home skincare you are spending is a great way to be better with money. However, for the most part dermatologists are doctors that focus on skin health, whereas the current trends are more focused on aesthetics exclusively. This means that most people spending a lot of money on skincare would benefit more from spending a couple/few hundred on an esthetician (never covered by insurance) who can help them tackle problems faster and choose products more wisely. It will definitely be more expensive upfront but will yield better results and cost less in the long run.

  12. I agree with everything except for the part about cars. Yes, new cars depreciate faster, but when you only look at depreciation, you are assuming that degrading is at the same rate as the depreciation. Not all used cars are the same, even though certified. Imagine a person who buys a car with a plan to resell it in 2 years and a person with a plan to never resell it, I don't think the way they take care of the car, on average, would be the same.

  13. I think most of the advice in this video is solid, but I’ve gotta say that the comment at around the 12-minute mark about skin and weight shame really rubbed me the wrong way. Maybe it’s not how you meant it, but it definitely sounded like you were complaining about how it’s no longer socially acceptable to judge people for their weight, implying that that’s the reason why people make shitty comments about others’ skin.

    It’s not okay to make disparaging comments about another person’s appearance – whether it’s about weight, skin, hair, anything. As a person who gets judged for their weight (“no longer socially acceptable” or not), I wish you had phrased it differently in the video.

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