We make micro-decisions about our spending every single day.
- Should you spend an extra $100 to have a direct flight, rather than have a 3-hour layover?
- Should you spend an extra $10 to have your groceries delivered, rather than spend an hour browsing at the supermarket?
- Should you take the time to go to a retail store to buy an item, or should you spend the extra $8.95 to have it shipped to you (and get it a few days later)?
All of these questions are driven by the thought that your time has value - depending on the tasks you're doing, your income, and the things that you spend your time on. When it comes to obtaining a new education, the amount of time you spend learning your new skills should weigh heavily on your decision of where to go.