Real Luxury Is Living Your Life The Way You Want

Luxury, it is not about expensive clothes, lipsticks, restaurants, and jewelry. Real luxury is living your life the way you want. In comfortable casual clothes if you will. In comfortable boots. With the lipstick color you like, or no lipstick at all. There is food that you like, being friends with whom it is want, being together for love, and not out of a sense of duty.

Learn to give up unnecessary things. Learn to dispose of what has become obsolete. Worn out. And take care of what you like. This is not about minimalism, this is about your preference and living your life in a simple way, clearing up the old energy and letting the new one enter your life – the new one which will bring new things to you.

A luxurious life is not “because you deserve it.” It is about the fact that you are worthy of that one thing. A cup given to you by your partner. Dad’s T-shirt, which is so cozy to fall asleep in. Mom’s recipe cake. Kissing your loved one and let being kissed. Reading interesting books. Watching good movies. Listening to your favorite music. Cleaning your apartment. Doing all these things when you want. Managing your time – this is true luxury.

And living a luxurious life is not eating yourself up when something goes wrong. The jeans you bought yesterday may rip apart. The dough you are preparing for cakes may not work out well. Friends may not want to watch your favorite movie with you. A loved one can decide to leave. You may not get a promotion at work. Anything can happen. If you fail at something, it should not affect your value in any way. This means that things are just not going the way you want them to go at a specific moment.

A luxurious life is about being able to choose. Jeans or dress. Throw away the pie and order sushi, or try to bake the pie again. Watch a movie alone or go for a coffee with friends. Let go or fight. Look for a new job or revise your goals at an old one.

A luxurious life is living by your own rules. Go after your goals. Not looking for excuses. Not being comfortable with what you have. Don’t make excuses or explanations for your choice, your dreams, your interests, your goals. You don’t have to explain anything to anyone.

Written By Tyara Wolf

Psychology and Personal Development

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