5 Simple Ways to Live a Luxurious Life Without Breaking the Bank

by Steve Robinson 02/18/2019

What if you stumbled upon an article that says you could lead a luxurious lifestyle without breaking the bank? Well, think no more. You found it. One often ignored fact is that the definition of luxurious living varies with individuals. Person A could define luxurious living as living a peaceful and comfortable life whereas Person B may interpret it as traveling across the globe, wearing designers, spending the weekend at the spa, visiting expensive restaurants, etc.

Whatever your definition may be, this carefully curated article shows you five simple ways you can live luxuriously without throwing your budget out the door.

  1. Leverage the Benefits that Come with Being a Product Tester. Here is a fun fact – you don't necessarily have to put out lots of cash to wear or use trendy stuff. Product testing allows you to use trendy items such as clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, beauty products, etc. without paying a dime. You register with the company and test these products for free. Simple!
  2. Make Restaurant-Quality Meals at Home. Visiting the restaurant is not a bad idea, but you could ‘bring the restaurant home.’ Okay, don’t get it twisted. ‘Bringing the restaurant home’ by no means indicates ordering for home deliveries, rather It means making the same quality of the meal at home. Yay, you got it! Search over the internet for special ingredients. Put out a few bucks to get a ‘restaurant’ meal of your own. 
  3. Consignment Shops are the Perfect Marketplace. A trick very few lucky ones know, you could buy costly items at budget-friendly prices at consignment shops. Yes, you read right. What's more? They still retain their quality and look brand new. Visit a consignment shop today, and you will be glad you did.
  4. Find Simple Ways to Cut Back on Travel Cost. To many out there, traveling is a sure way of living a luxurious life. Well, that's indisputable because traveling costs can quickly add up. To enjoy luxury without breaking your budget, leverage cash-back apps that give you back a few bucks for using their app. Traveling in groups also help to reduce the ridiculous travel cost. You get to share the bill with your travel partners and share beautiful moments with them too. You should totally check it out.
  5. Leverage Deals on Wellness Centers. It is no news that spa treatment and trendy fitness classes can cost a fortune. But, like every other thing in life, there is a way around it. Coupon sites usually feature deals from local spas and fitness centers. Be sure to leverage on these deals to get you into a wellness center. Who cares how got there?

If you’re ready to use all these savings to upgrade your lifestyle, talk to your knowledgeable real estate professional about a new home with a gourmet kitchen or special upgrades that fit in your budget.

About the Author

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Steve Robinson

Hi, I'm Steve Robinson and I'd love to assist you. Whether you're in the research phase at the beginning of your real estate search or you know exactly what you're looking for, you'll benefit from having a real estate professional by your side. I'd be honored to put my real estate experience to work for you.

Transitioning to selling real estate came naturally for me, having successfully invested in many of my own real estate deals over the past 35 years. I know how to find a property that is a good purchase, whether it’s for you personally or for investment purposes. I also have experience selling homes and getting the maximum value for them. I am a skilled communicator and negotiator, and I focus on getting the best deal for my clients. I also have a keen eye for what work needs to be done to a home and the cost involved as you seek to either stage your home or inspect a home that may need work. I am completely committed to serving my clients; going above and beyond what is expected to make sure you enjoy top-notch results.

My background? I raised three great kids and they are almost through college now. For twenty years, I taught history at an independent school, as I invested in real estate on the side. In addition, I coached three state champion mock trial teams, and honed my communication skills as a part of that work. I have a masters from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University in diplomatic history, which helped me to understand the world and relate to people of all backgrounds and cultures. My hobbies include skiing, sailing, hiking and biking. I decided recently that as much as loved teaching, I wanted to finally commit to the world of real estate full-time. It’s in the family blood, since both of my brothers are professional real estate investors, and real estate is like breathing to me.

I look forward to serving you and helping you to find the best deal possible.