Luxury Living: Three (3) Ways To Live A Luxurious Life Without Spending Big-Time

Coco Chanel once said:  “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.

Some people may consider luxurious living comprises of staying in big mansions, driving limousines, going on a world cruise every other month and basically having huge amount of money on hand or in the bank. The truth is, its defining factor is what it represents. If you dig a little deeper, it signifies comfort to anyone who’s experiencing them. It brings relief, joy and self-satisfaction. In other words, would you still feel the same if you have a high-rise condominium in Pasig or in L.A., for example, if you don’t have someone to share it with? What’s the use of keeping an eight-figure salary if it means you have to stay in the office 24/7? Everything boils down to what makes you happy and comfortable. It is mainly how you accept and enjoy the things that you currently have that truly matters.

How To Live A Luxurious Life Without Spending Too Much

Man has at least three basic necessities in life: shelter, food and clothing. Learn how you can live an extravagant lifestyle without having to spend too much of your hard-earned cash.

1.       Shelter. How do you make your house a better place to stay in? Buying high-tech equipment such as LCD TV or brand new entertainment system doesn’t necessarily equate to “comfort”. Sure, it’s fun to have but given your current compensation, can you really afford it? What do you need to sacrifice just to obtain them? More hours at work? Extra jobs to take on? Have you thought about say, re-painting the living room wall of your Amaia Land home together with your family? Not only is it a great activity to bond with your loved ones, a fresh and cool interiors can do wonders to your surroundings and on how you greet your morning right.


2.       Food. How do you describe a perfect meal? Is a surprise breakfast-in-bed prepared by your partner, good enough? How about treating yourself a rocky road ice cream you haven’t tasted in ages? It’s all about details.


3.      Clothing. If you’re the busy type who finds every minute precious, think about having the luxury to choose the clothes you’re going to wear the night before. The opportunity to rummage through your closet, do a mix and match, play and dress up to see if each staple goes well with the other can be an enjoyable activity that money cannot buy as time is of essence to you. If you’re the kind of person who values neatness greatly, having clean and pressed wardrobe can be more important than having an expensive yet crumpled polo shirt as the latter is a big no in your vocabulary. Remember that the best things in life are free so change your way of thinking and start looking at things positively.