What cheap thing can you buy to improve your quality of life? by QuestionGuy January 20, 2022, 10:56 pm What cheap thing can you buy to improve your quality of life? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMebuycheapimproveLifeQualityQuestion and Answer See more Previous article Found this on an r/teenagers post about bullying Next article What makes you an asshole? 40 Comments Leave a Reply Bidet Log in to Reply At work, I brought my own mouse instead of using the cheap Dell default mouse. Having more buttons to macro useful keystrokes such as ctrl-c and ctrl-v probably saved my left arm from chronic carpal tunnel syndrome. Log in to Reply A high pressure dual handheld shower head. They are cheap and can make, hopefully, everyday showering so much better. Also a bidet. Definitely a bidet. Log in to Reply A USB hub and a USB extension cable. Now I can put my computer wherever I want and not have to worry about running out of USB ports. Log in to Reply A shoehorn. Log in to Reply A plant Log in to Reply Gym Membership Well balanced food that you cook at home Mental health meds Log in to Reply A manual burr grinder and whole bean coffee. Log in to Reply A back scratcher. A good pill organizer, so happy with [this one](https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VP96YB4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1). Also, a toy for a cat or your dog brings tons of joy into your life, and theirs, at a low cost. Log in to Reply If you’re very hairy, a drain cover for the shower. I used to spend a lot of money on draino and shower snakes but having something to catch the hair before it clogs it was the best purchase. Log in to Reply Mechanix gloves. Log in to Reply Depends on what you mean by cheap, but a decent $40 showerhead replacement or $30 air purifier for my room have done me wonders. If we want cheaper, I’d say the $4.99 dryer balls that eliminate the need for dryer sheets. Log in to Reply A telescopic ice scraper / brush for my car Mine cost £10 from Aldi four years ago. Log in to Reply Gym membership. Log in to Reply An hygrometer (humidity-meter) or any kind of indoor device that tell the temperature and humidity In winter and spring, i often had dry eyes and a sore throat. I thought it was allergies or something and that for my eyes, it was just normal for wearing contact lenses. Then i moved to new appartment in the same area and it just got worse. For the first time i thought “Well, maybe the air is just too dry”. I first bought a super cheap hygrometer and thought it was broken since the hand looked stuck on zero. Then i bought a digital indoor device that tell both humidity and temperature for like 20$ and in showed that it was at 20% humidity. It should normally be between 40% and 60%, so it was indeed super dry. Then, i bought a small 50$ tabletop humidifier and started monitoring humidity. I move it around between my office and my bedroom at home and now have way less problem with my eyes and throat. Log in to Reply Higher thread count sheets. Log in to Reply wet wipes. im never going for a dry wipe again Log in to Reply A simple book on personal finance/investing. It can make a world of difference. Log in to Reply a bottle of vodka Log in to Reply A cheap, but really high quality chef’s knife to replace what’s in most people’s kitchen drawers. [Victorinox Fibrox](https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B008M5U1C2/) makes a GREAT one for only $45 Log in to Reply Cheap clothes so no one will rob you cause they’ll think you’re broke Log in to Reply Toothbrush and toothpaste. Please, please, please take care of your teeth. You don’t realize how hard it is to chew while missing teeth or how painful it is to eat when there is something wrong with most of your teeth until it is too late. Log in to Reply Stop consuming and find peace within. Log in to Reply A clock Log in to Reply A mini white board for a daily to do list. Saves paper, good for the environment. Log in to Reply A McRib Log in to Reply hookers? Log in to Reply reddit gold Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply A shopping trolley Log in to Reply A dog (Though really not cheap in the long run) Log in to Reply portable hard drive to use for work because they give me BS storage space and the laptops are utter garbage. essential oil diffuser. Just working in a nice-smelling environment makes work more tolerable. My fave blend is lavender and orange oil. drill brush set to make cleaning a breeze. Legit cuts the vile bathroom shower cleaning time to half Log in to Reply a jump rope Log in to Reply A fluffy Cat Log in to Reply Pillow Log in to Reply Shoehorn. Log in to Reply Baby powder for setting powder. Log in to Reply Friends Log in to Reply New socks that are warm. But I’m out of time and whenever I get the chance to buy them, I just find an excuse to not. Log in to Reply Deodorant. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.