Just getting back from our trip, and I'll say that the waffles in Belgium were amazing! We took a tour and as part of it, got a waffle to try. II said I'd split it with my DH. Worst decision ever! If I knew they were that good, I would've gotten my own! We later had one covered in chocolate. To die for.hoffse said:1) $10 or less - a tie between my sweater shaver and the best waffle I have ever eaten in my life in Antwerp.2) $10-$50 - our cat Gus. He was $11 from the Humane Society during an adoption drive. Our other cat, Lady, was freeNotable mention goes to our Emile Henry pizza stone. I believe we spent $40 on it, but we have used it 1-2x a week, every week, for over two years now. We just store it in our oven because we use it for everything.3) $50 - $250 - visiting Stonehenge at sunrise. Due to the horrible exchange rate while we were in London, it was about $60 in tickets and $150 for a cab driver to pick us up at 5AM and wait around an hour for us. It was pricey but worth every penny.4) $250 - $1,000 - this was the hardest one for me to decide! I keep coming back to our trip to Belgium last Christmas. We were all-in for hotels, flights, and trip insurance for around $850. We obviously spent more once we got there, but the cheap upfront costs enabled us to take the trip. It was awesome finally seeing that part of my H's heritage.5) over $1,000 - probably my law degree at around $85K. I am very sure I wouldn't have gotten the kind of job I have without spending that money, at least not for many years. There's a huge salary gap between large and small firms where we live, and I made that $85K investment up within my first two years of practice.