Wait Longer The
For me long waiting does not make the thing sweeter.
1. If it is a material thing (buying something) - it's a definite "no".
If I want to buy a thing, it means I need it, and usually, need it right now.
What's the use of saving money for months and years and then finally buy something you really needed the moment you saw it first?
All this time that you spent in saving money, you could have been using the thing. It's rather annoying to realize it.
Besides, I do not like to feel myself depending on things, and if you are working to buy something, it's like as if you're living for this thing.
For me it's easier to buy a thing and then cut all my expenses off until I fill the gap that purchase left in my budget.
2. If it is a relationship
- not sure, but think it's rather "no", too.
As it is for me, I do not put any distant goal in relationship
. Normally I enjoy how the thing develops.
Of course, there are nice waiting moments. Anticipating seeing your girl or your friends tonight, for instance.
But there is a limit to it, too, because I can't say I'd feel better if had to plan a date half a year in advance. In this case, unless there is not much choice to see each other sooner, I'd feel like the precious moments that we could spend together just go to nowhere so finally, when the holly day comes, I'd be pretty winded up and frustrated with all the expectation and regret how much we missed.