Ok, so if you are looking for help, you probably came to the wrong place for sound advice. But I can tell you how I keep my 'addctions' like this in check. ( I am also into fishing so buying rods and reels and tackle can be expensive too) Now I may or may not make more money than you, but I have a savings goal every month which I use for investing into property or the stock market. Say my goal is 'X' dollars. Once I hit that goal, I allow myself to spend 10% of X to be used on watches or fishing gear or windsurfing or whatever I happen to be into. It works for me. Another thing I am pretty good at is if your not using it , get rid of it. Recently I had a boat i was not using and I sold it. I have a sports car I dont use so that is next on the chopping block. So , maybe get rid of the watches you dont use so you can keep saving money without spending all of you disposable income..I can't seem to stop buying watches with any disposable income I have. It seems to be an addiction of sorts. Perhaps I should start a national chapter of Watchaholics Anonymous? Anyone else have this issue?
The reason for this is because we are always in pursuit of the perfect collection, and you are convinced the next watch you buy will be the last piece in the jig saw puzzle. On top of that there is the anticipation of waiting for the next watch to arrive, and then the pleasure of the unboxing. We all laugh about it, but the reality is that it is an addiction, and one that can be very expensive.I can't seem to stop buying watches with any disposable income I have. It seems to be an addiction of sorts. Perhaps I should start a national chapter of Watchaholics Anonymous? Anyone else have this issue?