Cheaper doesn’t pay in the long run.
Cheap is brittle, short lasting.
It’s not all bad, per se, but in the drive to cheap you have to cut off something, and that something is usually quality.
Cheap food fills you up in the short term, but wreaks havoc on your health in the long term.
Cheap talk fills the space, but doesn’t create deep relationships.
Cheap things — clothing, gadgets, furniture… — don’t last.
Cheap is good until you get a wall and wonder where on earth it came from.
Go quality on the essentials and what you love, and go cheap on what you don’t.
STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh W.