Best 10 surefire investments you’ll thank yourself for later
The Cambridge Dictionary defines “investment” as “the act of putting money, effort, time, etc. into something to make a profit or gain an advantage, or the money, effort, time, etc. to do this.” This seems like a better definition than those referring only to money, as there are certainly other types of investments. For example, time invested in your children can pay off very well. Here are seven types of investments that are likely to pay off very well for anyone who makes them. See which ones you want to start (or continue) making.
your health. It’s one of the most important things for any of us, and neglecting it—which is very easy when we’re busy and stressed—can have dire consequences. On the other hand, taking care of our health, such as by eating nutritious food and exercising, can be quite rewarding.
Good health can lead to a longer life, and perhaps to someone who suffers less from pain and other problems. That can mean a happier life. There is also a financial angle: the healthier you are, the less you can spend on health care during your lifetime