I'm not sure if it's my age (43) and my own sense of mortality, if it's the constant barrage of commercials selling luxury, or if it's because my financial position is better than what it was a few years ago, however I'm finding myself focusing my purchases more and more on items that allow me to pamper myself. From the goose down duvet and pillow on my bed to the bath salts I recently bought. I mean come on, I've never even thought of buying bath salts before. What gives I'm even starting to stock wine ... and I can't tell you why I think I may need an intervention ... or I could just lay back in a soothing hot tub with the aromatic sent of wild flowers wafting from the bath water, whilst I sip on my glass of wine.
At what age did you start conciously pampering yourself and how?
OK, now I'm off to the "2010-The HE Decade!" thread so I can expound the meaning of what it is to be a real man ... after I have my soaker tub