My idea of luxury used to be a high penthouse and twenty-five tailored suits. Now …my idea of luxury is having three pencil-sharpeners in different parts of the house.
Peter Arno

Luxury is an assessment, not a price-point. It is also a state of mind: anything that feels luxurious to you belongs on your list.

My list includes blue sky, fresh lemons, series entertainment (books or television shows with recurring characters), Yaktrax, and scissors. Lots and lots of scissors.

Practice: Identify something easy to access with a low price point that you consider luxurious.

Advanced practice: Stock up on said item and notice what you feel. Does having more feel more luxurious? Or less? Do you find luxury calming or stimulating? How long do the associated feelings last?

Related practices: Tutu, Ask for what you want