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For the past two years I have been terribly frugal with my money, I only allow myself a budget of $40 a week for food gas and whatever else so that I can have an aggressive savings plan. I screwed up a few years ago and got into some debt with an ex boyfriend. I've been doing really good since, and dont even want to buy anything that isnt a necessity, but I saw a cute ring exactly like what I've been wanting and bought it for $50. Now i feel really bad, that money could have been used for anything else. Does anyone else have this problem?? I know i can afford it but I am going to dwell on this now and I don't know why I cant just spend something on new-jersey once in a while!!
It's great that you learned your lesson, but don't be too harsh on yourself! I like to save a lot too, and it makes me feeling secure and happy when the amount in my savings account goes up, but I also tell myself that I need to enjoy living too. You never know how long you are going to live, and it is important to recognize a good balance between saving money and spending a little bit of it to make you happy NOW. I have a monthly splurge amount that I allow myself to have a little something for myself (most months, however, I don't have actually use it!) - you can try that too.
Wow, a whole fifty dollars spent on yourself for a want. I've wasted more than that on frivilous things before in life. Things that would not last a year or even a day. However, I have gotten more frugal (my wife says cheap) and focused on my objectives. It is a necessity to spend a little on yourself. Don't get down on yourself for a little purchase for you. If your bills are being paid and this money was not going to an urgent bill or something like that - then move on an congratulate yourself for doing so well - and that ring represent your gift to yourself for doing such as good job.
If you spent the $50 on something you really didn't want, that's one thing, but since you bought it because you wanted it that's a different story. You're suppose to enjoy life. Whatever system worked for you before, go back to it. I've ben married 35 years, and my wife forced me to give her a certain amount to put each time we got paid. And yes, we are still doing it today. This is the only time I will admit that i'm glad she made me do it.
If you're not overdue on your phone bill or something, don't feel bad about spending $50 occasionally on something you really want if you can afford it, even if you don't absolutely need it. Life is a balance. It's good to be frugal and to save, but you have to enjoy things too.