Want to know what May*, a 27 year-old health consultant spends on her wellbeing? “Class Pass, and some pay-as-you-go. I’m a big fan of barre and Pilates at Heartcore and Louisa Drake”. But what’s the most extravagant thing she’s ever done for her wellbeing…
How much do you earn?
Gym membership, pay-as-you-go classes or both?
How much do you spend on your wellbeing per month?
£105 on Class Pass
£35 on supplementary pay-as-you-go classes
£30 a month on a pedicure
£20 a month on collagen powder
£50 per month on facials
£100 per month on physio for back pain
£20 on waxing
£60 on make up/toiletries
£20 on prescriptions and supplements (omega-3, evening primrose oil, pain relief)
Total: £450 per month
What is the most extravagant thing you’ve ever done for your wellbeing?
Spent £500 on Skin Laundry facials – I had some serious chin acne going on and I would have paid anything at that stage!
If you don’t work out regularly and eat healthily, how do you feel?
If I’ve had a weekend of not exercising and eating too much/unhealthy foods, I often wake up on Monday morning with a lack of energy and feeling very guilty!
Is health the new wealth?
In some respects, yes, I feel so much more positive when I am working out and eating right. However, I do recognise that too much emphasis can get placed on it, and it can become somewhat obsessive.
Charlotte is a London girl through and through. She sweats through spin and puffs through Pilates to justify trying the latest restaurants and devouring copious amounts of sweet potato fries, burrata and bread – preferably on holiday. Her favourite destinations include Italy, the Maldives and anywhere where the sun’s shining and there’s a strong breakfast buffet. She’s obsessed with walking, visiting farmers’ markets and reading. She’s also learning to cook. Wish her (and her husband) luck.