Who will agree with me, this is always a topic of controversy:
- Either because we simply have too much stuff and do we really need more?
- Or because you don’t want someone to spend money on a totally useless gift and then be upset that they wasted the money on that rather than spend it wisely, or simply ask you what you want.
- Or how about gifting yourself something that you truly love and want (not necessarily need) and everyone thinks of that as a taboo thing to do.
- And, instead of buying another thing, why not spend that money on an experience to make more memories, isn’t that what life is all about?
Am I right? Do these topics come up in your house when talking about presents?
Well, they do in my house. We are at the point that we mainly do experiences than buying actual stuff. Since with stuff we seem to simply buy it when we really need it.
But, sometimes, it’s so great to simply indulge and buy something you want, rather than have an outright urgent need for.
So this year, I decided to not stirrup a useless argument and bought myself a gift, without consulting anyone else.
Mia Toro Luggage – Artsy, Designer Art Suitcase
I love luggage.
And for some reason can never have enough of it. Our house has more suitcases than pillows, and I use four pillows for me alone!
When I found this Italian Designed Luggage brand where you can pick different art designs, not your typical boring black, purple color hard cased suitcase. Well, I simply couldn’t resist.
Traveling has long lost its sexiness, the smooth appeal unless you have a private jet. With all the customs and lines at airports, I needed something to bring back the excitement for me. And this is how I am doing it.
Take my advice, getting one of these suitcases, carry-ons or going for the full set will spice up your travel experience too!
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