If, like me, you have Christmas money burning a hole in your pocket, you're probably wondering how best to spend it. Should you roll the dice on the the newest Breyer Collector Club offer? Or would you be better off investing in that hot new resin everyone's excited about? And what about that talking George Morris doll? He's really cool, but is he one hundred dollars worth of cool?
I'm telling you: The struggle is real.
Fortunately, I have a new tool to aid me in my hobby purchasing. Behold the awesomeness of Leah Koerper's "I Want It" chart:This chart was made by Leah for Erin and reflects Erin's hobby budget. The two hundred dollar price point could just as easily be twenty dollars or fifty dollars or even five hundred dollars depending on individual circumstances.
Beyond that, the decision making logic is spot-on and universal. Thank you so much, Leah, for this invaluable guide. You've already prevented at least one MH$P impulse buy. I really, really waaaaaaaanted that resin, but not enough to sell something of equal value and size, so I guess it wasn't meant to be!