It’s one year old you know, (which means you can buy its presents at a charity shop because it’s too young to notice.)
One of the key features of the TSB Plus Account is that you can earn 5% AER on balances up to £2,000, meaning you could earn up to £100 a year in interest.
What would you buy if someone gave you £100 right now? The TSB asked me what I would do – would I give it to my family, to charity, invest it maybe? Er, no. I would spend it on treats! Apparently I don’t put myself first often enough, so if I had an extra £100 I feel that, in the interest of personal development and self-care, I should spend it all on myself. Also, it was my birthday recently, so this would basically be a gift to myself.
I would buy this:
This would come to just over £30, leaving me nearly £70 to spend on random pretty dresses on eBay. I would then close the curtains, put on my pyjamas, and there you go. Nobody would dare to say I didn’t know how to enjoy some me time.
Suitably indulged, I would be well equipped, with my new dresses, to enter my 38th year – the prime of life just around the corner. Just like me, there are lots of things that improve with age. Like cheese. And Patrick Dempsey. TSB have created an infographic to show the favourites, although they clearly forgot to include Mr Dempsey on the list of options.
What would you buy if you had £100 to spend on yourself?