All too often, even the rich people fall prey to this kind of promotion. The poor and middle class would say: I might as well spend my savings on these items since little savings are not going to make me rich anyway.
And you know what happens to your house if you keep on stocking up? You turn your house into a warehouse. There will be clutter everywhere, especially when your house isnt big enough.
You buy things on sale, only if you intend to sell them for a profit and not for your own future consumption. Keeping a reasonable quantity is justifiable.
Be prudent. This is one habit that we need to improve or correct.
If you are making enough or more than enough, keep in mind that it is not how much you make that can make you rich. It is how much you spend and how much you keep.
Some of us have the habit of buying luxuries the moment we have the money or credit line for it. Most rich people, in spite of being rich, buy luxuries last.
With the money you keep, books are some of the best investments. They keep you skillful. They open up new horizons which can lead to creating wealth. The same thing is true with seminars, tapes, and other media related to acquiring financial knowledge.