Buying cheap stuff
Spending the least amount of money may seem like a good idea at first. However, as the saying goes, “You get what you pay for.” In many cases, the item with the lowest price is inferior in quality and needs to be replaced frequently.
If you have to continually replace an item because it breaks down or stops working, this would negate any savings. Additionally, it can cause more hassle since you won’t be able to rely on that item to perform well every time.
A better option is to pay more for a quality product that will stand the test of time. While it can cost more upfront, it’s usually worth it to avoid all the headaches of going cheap. In many cases, you may be able to find a higher quality item for less by going the used route. Do your research to figure out how to get the best value for your money before making the purchase.