5 Self-Improvement Purchases That Are Actually Worth It | The Financial Diet


Hey guys. It’s Chelsea from
The Financial Diet. And this week’s video is
brought to you by Chime. And today, I wanted to talk
about something that is often a ton of bullshit but can
actually be real and helpful if you do it the right way,
and that is self-improvement. We’ve had some videos on
the channel before where we’ve talked about the dangerous
or useless “self-improvement” jargon, where things like the
secret which basically tell you that you can will yourself
into anything you want, which is also just like
physically impossible. But self-improvement
as a concept should not be thrown
out with the bathwater of all of that bad advice. At the end of the
day, this channel is about self-improvement, just
in a much more practical way. And sometimes, self-improvement
costs no money at all. There are plenty of habits that
you can change and ways that you can behave differently
without spending $1.00. But sometimes, you do have
to pony up a little bit, and we want to talk about
when it’s really worth it to invest in self-improvement. So from your body to
your mind to your work, we want to talk about the five
self-improvement purchases that are actually worth it. Number one is personal training. Now I want to put a
few caveats on this because I have a feeling that
the people who are really into fitness are going to
firebomb the comments and say, how dare you. You can totally
work out for free from the comfort of your
own home, and that’s true. But a lot of people
don’t and won’t. I’m someone, who
like many of you probably, over the years tried
and failed to start an exercise regime on my own. I would sign up for sometimes
expensive gym memberships and take like six months
to cancel that purchase. And statistically, that
bears out with the average. According to a study around
why Americans aren’t going to the gym, 21% said they skip
going because they don’t know what to do once they get there. And 3% said that they
don’t go because they feel afraid to ask questions. For those of you who might
feel natural about starting a workout regimen or who
have just never stopped since they were a little kid,
the idea of getting started can feel effortless. But for so many people,
it’s those first few weeks in any kind of gym scenario
that really overwhelm them. And as I said, I was
one of those people. But now, for about
the past five months, I’ve been doing Pilates
almost every day and actually look
forward to going. And while now I use
an unlimited pass to go to as many studio
classes as I like, I initially started out with
three one-on-one sessions with a trainer. I was able to ask all the
questions I wanted to ask. I didn’t feel nervous
or embarrassed about doing the wrong thing. And I was able to learn
the correct form that allowed me to follow classes. And this could be the
same whether you’re looking to do yoga
or weightlifting or basically anything
where you need at least a little bit of
foundational information to get started. Just walking into a gym and
randomly picking things up, as many people do,
is a good way to, A, potentially injure
yourself, B, not get really great results,
and C, quit early on because you’re not seeing
what you want to see. For most people, we
don’t have a ton of time to dedicate to exercise. So having a personal
trainer also allows you to do exactly
what you need and not waste time on things
that aren’t really helping you meet your goals. But perhaps most importantly,
that personal trainer for that beginning
stage where you’re trying to get over the
hump of actually enjoying going to the gym
provides accountability. It’s so much easier to
just blow something off if no one’s going to care
or notice if you don’t go. And if you’re someone who has
been longing to get into a more physically active
lifestyle but really feels like they don’t have the
accountability to get started, a personal trainer can
honestly just serve as someone who will get your
shit together and literally text or call you if
you don’t show up. And while it can be expensive,
anywhere from $30 to $100 an hour depending on where you
live and what you’re doing, you don’t have to
do indefinitely. Even something like five
sessions invested in once can help give you
the foundation that will make you actually
want to keep going at a much less expensive rate. The point is when it
comes to physical fitness, don’t just spend blindly on
things like a gym membership. Everything you’re doing
should be targeted. And even the fanciest
gym membership means nothing if you’re
not actually showing up. Number two is brain pickings. Now I’m someone who works
in a creative industry that a lot of people don’t
know how to get into. And this was even true
when I was just a staff writer at another company. And the truth is when I was
first getting into writing, I didn’t know how
to do it either. And so many times,
people would and still do email me with these sort of cold
asks for advice or mentorship or just asking me a
bunch of questions that they can’t find on Google. And I don’t have a
problem with that because I know how it felt
to be in that position. But it’s also important
that you remember that this person you’re
asking for help from has precious little
time to give you. And it’s your job to incentivize
them to spend it on you. So no matter what
industry you’re in or what you’re looking
to do a really good idea is to have a small
budget set away every month or every other month
for industry brain pickings where you literally ask
someone in your industry, could I take you out to lunch? Could I take you out for drinks? Give them something that
makes it more of an incentive. It’s a small gesture. But what it shows is
that you’re really valuing these people’s time. They may end up saying,
don’t worry about it. We can just have a phone call. But the point is
you’re offering already wanting to do something for
them as they’re giving to you. When my husband was looking
to switch industries, he probably took a solid two
dozen people out for beers to pick their
brains, talk to them about the work they
were doing, and ask how he can get more involved
in what he wanted to do. He didn’t find a job by
applying to a posting online. He found the job over a
period of about six months by making personal
connections and following up with those people. As one great article on the
topic put it, “Get on the phone and make three calls
to potential clients or connections. Offer them value
with whatever you do. The success of your business
is a direct reflection of the people you’ve
surrounded yourself with.” On many occasions, I’ve been
out for drinks after work with women in my industry
who either I was looking for help from or vice versa. And those small connections
have meant more to me in my career development
than basically any resume I’ve ever put together. Set aside that budget
for brain picking and use it to do
the things that you want to do outside of the
track of your day-to-day job. Number three is
higher quality food. Now it doesn’t take
a rocket scientist to understand that what
we put into our bodies is extremely important,
not just to how we feel, but how we operate on
a day-to-day basis. One 2012 study published by
Population Health Management found that eating
an unhealthy diet puts you at a 66% increased
risk of productivity loss. It’s not just bad for
your body to eat bad food. It’s bad for your brain. But it’s also no secret
that in America it’s often more expensive to
eat healthy food than it is to eat unhealthy food. There are also places
called food deserts where the local population
has to go really far in order to get things like fresh
fruits or vegetables. But the upfront expense of
paying more for better food is often mitigated by
the long-term expense that you’re paying by
eating crappier stuff. Eating an unhealthy diet costs
your body enormously over time. And study after study has shown
that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is associated
overwhelmingly with longevity and also reduced illness. But the path to eating
better is not just buying things that say “organic”
because organic is actually a word that’s really
poorly regulated and means way different
things for different products. And also, organic
doesn’t automatically translate to better. Things like in-season are often
way more important for stuff like produce than
the organic label. But one very easy way to shift
your diet to a healthier one without totally
inflating the cost is to focus on eating less
meat throughout the week and making sure that
when you do buy meat, you invest in
higher quality meat and not just for the
benefits to your body, but also for its
ethical benefits. A good way to get
started if you’re looking to invest in bettering
your diet is to do a week where you just journal every
single thing that you eat and about roughly what it costs. There are definitely
going to be areas when fixing your diet
that you’ll actually spend less money. But there may be
areas where you start to spend a bit more to get
higher quality products. But overwhelmingly,
the research shows that eating those healthy
foods is better for you and less expensive
in the long term. Number four is anything
that helps you sleep well. So I am someone who
has had sleep issues basically my whole life. Even when I was a
little tiny kid, I can remember staying up till
2:00 or 3:00 in the morning because my body just
wouldn’t get tired. I’m someone who experiences
a delayed sleep phase, which means that my body
naturally wants to sleep from around 1:00 in
the morning to around 10:00 in the morning. But, of course, I work
a regular 9:00 to 5:00 job, so that’s basically
impossible for me. And as a result,
I’ve learned to adapt the way I live my
life to make sure that the sleep I am getting
is of the highest quality. Because sleep isn’t just
about your physical body, nor is it just about
how rested you feel, the basis of self-improvement,
most of the time, is having the energy– mentally and physically–
to actually follow through on the stuff that you want
to do and the habits you want to change. If you’re not sleeping
well, your entire life is really affected
as a result. A study from the American
Psychology Association revealed incredibly increased
levels of stress, anger, and anxiety in people who
are not getting enough sleep and even showed that people who
receive less than five hours a night of sleep are at a
greatly increased risk of type 2 diabetes. Reduced sleep also makes
you way less productive, way more susceptible to
things like common colds, and much less likely
to motivate yourself to do things like exercise. Almost everything you
might want to accomplish on the self-improvement front
depends on that quality sleep as a baseline. And the process of investing
in better sleep is twofold. First, you want to actually
analyze your sleep. And you can do that with
things like a Fitbit or you can do it
with stuff like apps that you put on your phone–
some of which are even free. These apps won’t just
tell you how long you slept but will measure
the quality of your sleep and show you more about
what’s interrupting it. From there, you can work
backwards and deduce the things that you need help with. For me, one of the biggest
difficulties in my sleep cycle is that my husband
needs to sleep with the blackout
curtains totally closed in order to get quality sleep. But I wake up much better
if I wake up with the sun. So the compromise
is that we invested in a sun-imitating lamp that
wakes me up slowly and more naturally. I’ve also invested in
things like melatonin or even prescription
sleep aids during times of stress or anxiety
when I was having a harder time than usual
following my minimum sleep patterns. Even things like a higher
quality mattress and pillows that are more adapted to
how you physically sleep can be a huge help. The point is almost every dollar
you spend that goes directly into better sleep
will pay dividends throughout your entire life. And number five is
ongoing education. Something that may feel
obvious when you hear it, but you may not
have thought of is how directly reading has to do
with our overall mental health. According to one study,
reading for just six minutes can reduce stress
levels by up to 68%. And reading is not just
about reducing stress. It’s also about diversifying
what you’re capable of doing. And there are many
small ways to invest in this ongoing education. Obviously, there are places
to start like a library card, which costs nothing
and give you access not just to tons of books
but also to movies, to music, and even in-person classes
throughout the year. But there are also things
like online learning platforms where, for a small
investment, you can do deep dives on
subjects that are either related to your day-to-day
work or on a totally new path. Places like community
colleges are wonderful to keep going
in a particular skill that you’ve been looking
to learn more of. And many industries
will actually pay for their employees to
do certain continued learning in the field. Whatever it is that you
want to learn more about, the act of learning itself is
also just incredibly beneficial to your brain. You can think of your
brain like you think of any muscle in your body. The more you work it,
the stronger it will be and the easier it will be
to continue working it. Continued learning,
even in a subject that is totally removed
from your day-to-day work, has a profound effect on
how agile and productive your brain is capable of being. It’s not just a saying when
people talk about learning being the key to staying young. So you can safely tell yourself
that taking that class, even if it doesn’t lead to $1.00
return on investment in terms of using and
monetizing that skill, will still have profound
benefits in whatever your day-to-day work is. Ultimately, self-improvement
is about doing things based on what you actually
need and not arbitrary metrics. Every dollar should
be accounted for. And one of the best ways
to account for every dollar is with an awesome
digital bank like Chime. Using a digital bank like Chime
from the comfort of your phone allows you to avoid
nasty hidden fees, pay your friends on
the go through the app, and save more money
without having to think about it with their
automated rollover savings. Banking doesn’t
have to suck, and it doesn’t have to charge you
money just for the privilege of storing your own. You can start banking smarter
today by switching to Chime, ditching the fees,
and rethinking how your phone can
totally change the way you do money for the better. Get started with Chime at
the link in our description. So as always, guys,
thank you for watching. And don’t forget to hit
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Tuesday and Thursday for new and awesome videos. Bye.

100 thoughts on “5 Self-Improvement Purchases That Are Actually Worth It | The Financial Diet

  1. Making me feel a lot less guilty about buying sleep stuff. Supportive pillows, a mattress topper, and sleep phones. 😅

  2. I love that you mentioned this about organic food! Eating lots of veggies and fruits, is more important than eating organic or not. Just get those veggies in your body!

  3. I got a good foundation for going to the gym from the book Thinner Leaner Stronger. But even so, sometimes I will go with my boyfriend and he shows me more exercises and techniques, so a good personal trainer can help mix things up especially when you start losing motivation.

  4. I loved the higher quality food section – did you know there are supplements you can buy (that are cheap) that give your brain everything it needs to boost productivity? You should check out BrainZyme!

  5. I seriously love everything about this channel. I'm 21 and I want to build a good life, I want to move out and take care of myself, and you guys tell me that it's possible and it's not just a dream. This channel is so inspiring and down to earth. I'm so grateful. Keep up the great work 😙😙😙😙😙

  6. Eating 'better quality meat' is no more ethical than eating 'low quality meat'. It doesn't matter how the animals were raised if they are all just sent to the same slaughterhouse to be killed the same way. There is no ethical way to kill an animal that doesn't want to die. Eating vegetarian or vegan is also a hell of a lot cheaper. Why fill your body with cholesterol and saturated fat for "protein" that you can get from plant foods anyway for half the price in some cases.

  7. Self-improvement is always worth it. 😂 No one is ever going to be perfect or know everything there is to know. There's always room for personal growth. To neglect or deny this is laziness or ignorance. Not to mention lack of accountability.

    I loved the example you gave of your husband taking alternative initiative in networking though. The way you described it was definitely a light bulb gem!👍

  8. I have become addicted to your channel. I love how real, non-scammy and no-bullshit it is. Your script is also extremely well-written!

  9. I’m more established and recognize each of these points as 100% truth that will help you in all phases of your life! The key is to build the foundation and be consistent!

  10. Thank you for the wonderful advice! Practical and insightful! Well-worth my time to watch this channel!

  11. your discussion of getting is a personal trainer was very helpful, i got a PT to help me learn proper positioning and stroke technique for swimming and have found it to be a valuable resource in maintaining a fitness plan

  12. In terms of sports and self improvement you sure are picking bad activities like pilates which is barely exercise and just makes lazy people feel good about themselves, it might feel hard to some, but that is because they are weak. You should rather look into some form of powerlifting and just some cardio like walking. It is also better for your overall physical health than pilates. Self improvement should be also about finding the best forms of exercise, not just any exercise in general.

    Trainers are also not a knowledgeable as people might think, i see personal trainers giving people the most stupid bozu ball balance exercises, smith machine leg presses and more stupid nonsense. Their job is to keep you confused so you keep coming back to them for help, because they think that they are too stupid to think for themselves. I would say just look up sports science instead of personal trainers.

  13. As an attorney, I did brain picking lunches while I set up my firm. If you are new in an industry, you'd be surprised how many professionals will end up covering the lunch. Lol but attorneys love to talk about themselves

  14. I must say you got the “organic” info completely wrong. Yes, foods labeled just organic but don’t have the USDA Organic label are no different than other foods. However, USDA Organic foods are extremely regulated and controlled for many factors and are actually a better quality product. It takes at least three years of soil remediation among other requirements in order for a farm to be granted Organic status. This is why organic foods are almost always more expensive. Also, for those curious, in order for a food to be considered USDA Organic it can not be synthetic in any way or have anything synthetic put on it. This includes synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and well as any genetic engineering.

  15. I almost listened to what she had to say until she started Downing thr law of attraction. Just because you don't understand it doesnt mean it doesnt work or that it's impossible

  16. You should check out https://www.coursera.org if you want to learn new skills. These are real university classes for free.

  17. Where were you 30 years ago when I needed this information. You are such a wise women for your age. I also have problems with sleeping and you explained this so precise. Thank you

  18. I dont really understand why such an obviously intelligent young woman, feels the need to use foul language. Unsubscribing.

  19. My husband has also had a ton of issues with sleeping. Have you tried a weighted blanket? It helps a lot of people with sleep disorders; I think in the US it is possible to get one to test.

  20. I love your videos because they have a high quality/time value = every sentence is a good content with potentially immediate practical application in our lives. Thanks!

  21. 6. Taking care of your health, including emotional/psychological/mental.
    Go see that chiropractor, physical therapist, psychotherapist, dentist, optometrist, dietician, urologist, proctologist, podiatrist, cardiologist, endocrinologist, allergist, otolaryngologist, genetic counselor or whatever you need that you've already contributed to with annual healthcare premiums. Don't settle for "I can manage" if you have the means to address an issue. People will ignore things like tumors and lumps, pain with intercourse, painful menstruation, bladder urgency, recurring infections, receding gums, hearing loss, obesity, depression, and anxiety and just adapt. If you can get treatment, go for it.
    7. Somewhat related is getting help for maladaptive coping behaviors. If you habitually use alcohol, sweets, food, drugs, sex, spending, gambling, or other substances or behaviors to deal with stress, you might be dealing with a substance or process addiction. Getting help before the addictive behavior takes over will mitigate the consequences.
    8. Invest in friendships that produce health criticism/feedback.

  22. Not a fitness freak in the slightest, but signing up for a personal trainer was actually a very bad financial decision for me. Many places that offer personal training (especially your gym!!) have shady contracts that are also fairly expensive and hard to break without incurring a huge fee. Think long and hard before you sign any gym/personal training contract.

  23. 100% with the trainer! I finally restarted going to the gym regularly because I decided I no longer felt comfortable in the gym (even though I’ve been going all my life as an athlete but I was bored and in a rut and wanted to learn new things the right way) . But a trainer seemed too pricey until I found a deal on Groupon and made my appointment! Could not miss it once I started bc that would be a real chunk of of change! He kicked my butt for a month or two then I’ve been on track solo since then (with help of some of my fav you tubers like Whitney Simmons) ever since. Find something you love to do, that key and do it! So worth it! Yes!

  24. With the exception of those who live in food deserts, for the rest of us, healthy food is drastically cheaper than processed junk food. Oats, rice, lentils, potatoes, lettuce, and such are pretty much the absolute cheapest types of food you can get. There's just no way that eating at McDonald's and snacking on Family-Size Doritos every day is cheaper than buying a ten-pound bag of rice and a few bulk vegetables to go with it. There's just no way. It's literally just a myth to say that eating at fast food restaurants is cheaper than cooking your own meals. It's literally just not. Hell, it's barely even faster either when you count travel and wait time.

  25. I got your channel it seemed like you are talking about me when you were talking about personal training. I was one of those people who always wanted to work out and failed until I signed up for personal training. It was the best thing I ever did. And I like your other advice about reading and learning things too I believe you're never too old to learn something new and even if you start something and take a break and come back you can always finish it later. As long as you are committed to finishing what you start.

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  27. The accountability of having a trainer (a yoga instructor for me). Knowing that you are going to receive that phone call with the disappointed tone is enough to make me get to class. Also, seeing others that are becoming real friends is wonderful motivation as well.

  28. Nothing new here but a lively delivery from a talented person. More suggestions for an improved lifestyle but at my age slim pickings for the growing number of baby boomers reaching retirement. Your ideas are still self evident and tweakable. After you grow your own vegies and fruits you may never buy another tomato, potato, apple, cherry, pear or plum again. Start by growing lettuce and herbs on your windowsill and see where that takes you. A fig tree on your balcony perhaps? At my age and wisdom, don't fiight mother nature. If you're a nightowl, work at night when you're most productive and profitable. The network approach to landing a job has always been a gimmee but is also a double edged sword: Beware a frenemy in the making. One more thing, the personal trainor is well worth the money but addictive. Read!!!!

  29. This is completely unrelated to the topic of this video. I have autoplay on, and it sent me to this video. Just want to say your hair is on-point in this video, looks good!

  30. Hi Chelsea and TDF people! You said you got a "sun-imitating lamp" but did you mean alarm clock? And if so which brand did you get? There are so many different ones that range from $20-$150. Would really appreciate a recommendation. Thanks!

  31. You spend valuable time with these informative videos, they are very good and give me much to think about. Thank you for your time and information.

  32. Omg I tried the personal trainer thing and It actually helped me, I decided to quit the personal trainer and immediately a week after I left the gym too.

  33. I think I intimidate girls, sometimes even guys at both of my gyms. So I just randomly say say and introduce myself and tell people I’ll see you again or even ask if they will come back. I was in their shoes and I don’t want anyone to feel intimidated

  34. A twelve minute video on self-improvement that doesn’t even once tell you to check out Truth Contest is utter bullshit.

  35. Thanks for another awesome video! Your thoughts on sleep and food were really eye opening to me. I also agree with your thoughts on organic food. There no correlation between healthiness and organic. The main benefit is that it's better for the environment.

  36. Orange theory. It’s 150$ a month for me but I got 6 times a week so it makes each class around 5-6$ I find it’s the motivation I need right now to get back I to fitness. I don’t really buy material things unless I have too and usually only spend my money on groceries so I don’t feel bad splurging on the membership fee

  37. If you buy fruit and vegetables from China town it's much cheaper than whole foods. I also read that the products are from local farmers in New York.

  38. I have the same problem with my sleep cycle!!! Now I’m self employed because I couldn’t bare to go to a regular job for more than an year 🤦🏼‍♀️

  39. I am new to the channel, but since this is a way to save money, I thought I should be able to ask this question. Who is paying for all the pillows that change quite often?

  40. Thank you TFD for all the awesome tips en each video. 100% of them gets a thumbs up from me because they are really helpful to me. Greetings 🇲🇽 😊

  41. Some gyms offer one-on-one training sessions for free from time to time. Mine does. These are an opportunity for the trainers to try to get people to sign up for training sessions. It feels like I am being sold a time share – but I don't care – it is the price of the free training session. I use these free sessions as a way to learn new training motions to put into my regular schedule, an opportunity for a trainer to check my form, possibility find a new trainer to work with, and overall keep up my interest in working out. Yes, you have to go through the same sales pitch each time, but a small price to pay, I think. The last training session I had, mentioned that in his time working for my gym company, he only saw a handful of people taking advantage of this opportunity. I've had the gym managers get ticked that I take advantage of these sessions, then not pay for the trainers time, but again, I don't care – and give them crap back if they don't provide the service as promised. The gym is offering it without condition, and they need to provide it without condition. I am upfront with the trainer, and let them know that I am not really looking to sign up for training sessions at the time. Maybe I will, maybe I won't. If nothing else, I gain a little more knowledge, and they gain an opportunity to practice their spiel. It is just an hour, and is a win-win for all in my eyes. Love the videos. Even with your spiel, 🙂 , they are a win-win too! In this genre, your videos are a 1st go-o for me. Thank you!

  42. Organic means grown without pesticides. Buy organic and in season whenever possible. It’s the better choice.

  43. I was taught by my school to occasionally go on coffee-chats with professionals as well. I'm terrified of embarrassing myself and being super awkward. Any advice?

  44. I heard you talking about "organic food not meaning a lot"… I wwant to say that in the US it might be true, but in Europe it involves a lot of controls and rules to follow. Depending on the origin of your food (geographical origin), the way it's produced will mean a lot or not. For example, an organic banana from Peru contain more chemicals than a non organic one from Guadeloupe! But Organic mostly means less chemicals, more respect and money for people producing food and THIS means something.

  45. Boy, number 3 about what you eat affecting your productivity. I was literally preparing my food and thinking about that exact topic and it kind of freaked me out that you were talking about what was running through my mind at that exact second.

  46. The great thing about in season produce aside from the health benefits, is that they are usually the items on sale too 😉🙌

  47. Thank you for this video. I found it quite helpful. I'm curious what tips (in regard to sleep) you have for those who work an overnight job. I'm referring to myself. My position is a Monday to Friday one. However, because I work nights, I have to sleep during the day (on the days I work).

  48. What i dont like about banks is if you dont use your card enough theyll charge you the monthly fee , what about if you're not using it because you have money on it been charged for nkt having money does not make sense to me.

  49. Going mainly vegan throughout the week has saved me well over $200 a month on my groceries and I've had way more energy, clarity, and it's helped my IBS when nothing else – even medication – did.

  50. Your comments are good but your language is horrible. Why do you find it necessary to use swear words along with your good advice. Not lady,Ike and u pleasant

  51. good advice, but it’s quite selfish when people that have knowledge to share don’t actually FULLY share their knowledge, but instead send people on searches to discern their vague advice. If your intention is truly to help, provide more specifics in your videos! For example, sharing the names of good platforms/courses you may have used in the past for online learning. If you enjoy your sunlight-imitating lamp, then share its specifics like the name or brand with others. Another example- if you enjoy your unlimited studio class pass, share which one it is! Just a few out of the many opportunities you had in the video to be considerate and altruistic. Why not be as helpful and kind as one can be?

  52. really like your chanel although sometimes your speaking speed is a little bit fast for me as I use English as a second language:)

  53. Having a good night's sleep is very important for self-improvement. Better sleep means better thinking and decision making.

  54. Looking for a plan to help your self-improvement goals? Chelsea tells you about some 30-Day challenges that will change your life here: https://youtu.be/ZdvviBET9YQ.

  55. Your channel is truly amazing, I always come back to it to learn and feel like a better equipped adult. <3

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