For years I've been selling my customers really good bedding. Expensive made in America luxurious bedding. Of course I'm always singing the "you get what you pay for" song, but I recently had the chance to truly put my money where my mouth was.
Since I can remember, I've felt that if it is something that you use on a daily basis, it should be of the highest quality. I've always had expensive well made bedding, but even I have some limits as to what I will spend. I wouldn't pay more than $300 for sheets and no more than $600 for a signature piece...like a quilt or duvet. But after the holidays, I decided to treat myself. There was a set of 600 thread count Italian Sateen Bella Notte sheets that had been on the sales floor just calling my name. They had been staring at me for months, & oddly enough, this wasn't the year for $800 sheets to fly out the door.
So I took them home. And I love them. They are the softest most comfortable sheets I have ever slept on. They are the most delicate shade of dark cream, called fawn, and I can hardly get out of bed in the morning. I want to stay there for hours doing flat jumping jacks. They make me so happy. Can you say that about a retirement fund?