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What can I spend money on to make myself comfier?


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If you some place that can get chilly an electronic or weighted blanket. Perhaps even a heated kotatsu?


A handleless teacup
Handcrafted wares. A wallet, a kettle, a made to order leather cover for your ebook
An ebook reader
Paper books too, obviously
Tea- and coffeeware. A viable grinder costs 30$, plus 15 for filters and a cone, but in return you get one of the comfiest routines of your day - making a cup of coffee.
Getting into comfy hobbies. Collecting, old computer hardware, leatherworking, woodcraft etc


Quality blanket (real wool), robe and nice tea.
If you got a bunch of money, a nice armchair for reading and stuff.


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A slow cooker, aka 'crockpot'. You can set it up the night before or in the morning and once you come back from work you have a fully cooked meal.


Similar, a pressure cooker. Cooks beans super fast, if you're into that kind of stuff.


Bedroom soundproofing.


an ereader
high quality socks (darn tough is a good brand)
(if you're a guy) bamboo fiber boxer briefs (try jinshi)
also a high quality pillow


Well, throwing money at things can only make you so comfy, but I'm sure you get that.

In terms of things that make me comfy (I think it's a personal thing) I have:
a nice tea set
variable temp kettle, quality teas, stuffed animals
kotatsu and zaisu chair
low profile furniture
old video games
a diffuser
a bookshelf with lots of books and games
a place to sit on a balcony (outdoor table set)
a nice messenger bag
a physical daily planner
fluffy bed sheets
mood lighting, warmer colours


>implying boxer briefs aren't good for everyone

For me, some nice pens in several colors have made writing notes, to-do lists and so on each day nicer

Sheets and hangings that match what you want to do with a room - making it brighter, darker, brightly colored, neat patterns etc


I went on a long journey of enlightenment from briefs to boxer briefs to boxers to nothing at all. Undergarments are a scam.


>briefs to boxer briefs to boxers to nothing at all.
For a few weeks, whenever I was at home I would just wear a dressing gown and no underwear. I thought it was liberating at first but soon the dressing gown started to smell of wee. Truth is that we all let a few droplets go from time to time.


If you don't wear any clothes at all there won't be anything to smell of wee.


Except for your floors and furniture.


I've never had my clothes smell like pee. BO, yes, but not pee. I don't know how much is normal but I must not leak as much as you. Even when I wore underwear I'd smell of monkey butt sometimes but that went away after I got a bidet toilet.

Now that's something worth spending money on.

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