Myth: Cheaper Is Better - Deepstash

Myth: Cheaper Is Better

Purchasing less expensive items could also mean buying lesser quality, meaning you will have to buy the same article more often.

Knowing how long something should last versus how much you'd like to pay, can balance quality and price.

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"I always say, 'People first, then money, then things.'" ~ Suze Orman

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