What should you invest in this New Year?

December 19, 2019

There is so much that you can spend money on that will benefit you in the future. While it can be daunting parting with a lot of cash, if you know that you will reap the rewards from it, the investments will be worth it.

From education to experiences, help to shape your future and invest in the following in the New Year.

A car

If you’re constantly dropping people from A to B, need your car for work or drive a fair number of miles at the weekends on road trips, getting a new car from the likes of Peter Vardy is a great idea. Having a reliable vehicle to get around will mean that you have one less thing to worry about this year.

A laptop

A laptop is a purchase that could help you advance in your work. If you’re someone who couldn’t do their job without this tool, then it’s clearly important for your livelihood – and worth spending money on.


Experiences that improve your quality of life or health and wellbeing are always worth the money. Monthly memberships at your favourite gym, weekly personal training sessions or nutritional plans from an expert are all beneficial – so don’t feel like you have to justify the costs!


Travelling not only improves your understanding of other cultures, but it also allows you to expand your real social network and provides you with so many different opportunities – such as volunteering abroad. After you have travelled the world, you’ll not only have friends living all over the globe that you can visit when you’re in need of a holiday, but you will also find that you become so much more appreciative of what you have got at home.

A course/coaching

If you want to advance in your career, would like some advice from a life coach or have been wanting to learn a new language for your future travels, make this year the year to do it. Personal development should always be a priority, so don’t put it off any longer.

While each of the above will benefit you in the future, be sure to think about each investment carefully beforehand, particularly if you have any current debts.