We all go through hard times when we need to treat ourselves. Or when we're just having an off day, and we want to get our minds off of everything. You definitely don't need a reason to treat yourself though!\nYou don't need to be rich to treat yourself. It's more than possible to relax and not worry about money while getting what you deserve. If you haven't taken a break in a while, take this as a sign. Do it!\nHere are 9 fancy things you can treat yourself to for under $55 in Kingston:\nvia @eriinstewaart\nThe Boiler Room Climbing Gym // 4 Cataraqui St\nIt's a well known fact that getting physical exercise when you're stressed, or just in your everyday life will benefit every part of your life. So if you're looking to treat yourself, but also want to benefit from it, rock climbing is the perfect activity.\nCost: $25 with rentals included\nvia @britt.m.moore\nThe Annex Spa // 119 Princess Street\nEveryone deserves a spa day, and when you do your research, you realize you can definitely afford to treat yourself every once and a while. The Annex has tons of affordable treatments that will leave you feel refreshed and relaxed.\nCost: $25 express manicure (30 min), $30 express pedicure (30 min), $55 massage (30 min)\nvia @christineisblue\nGeneva Crêpe Café // 297 Princess St\nMaybe you don't need a massage, but instead you just need a sweet treat. Something sweet and fancy you can treat yourself to is a crepe. It's light, but so delicious as well. Geneva Crepe Cafe uses local ingredients and seasonal produce, so you know that your treat is healthy(ier) for you.\nCost: $8.50 - $16 for savoury or sweet crepes\nvia @chickingston\nCHICdry Blowdry Bar // 350 King St E\nSometimes all you need is a blowout to make yourself feel better. It's always better when someone else does your hair, and it's something little that will make a huge difference. Obviously, this isn't practical everyday, but once a month will definitely do.\nCost: $36 for short hair, $47 for long hair\nvia @andyfontaine\nThe Grand Theatre // 218 Princess Street\nThe Grand Theatre is a beautiful theatre in Kingston that stages professional and amateur performances. The performances range from theatre, ballet, modern dance, musicals, comedy and so much more. If you need to get your mind off of real life, there are always performances here that are not expensive at all and will relax you completely.\nCost: $15 - $55\nvia @somethingaboutmarya_\nTango Nuevo // 331 King St E\nYou need a drink. It's fine. You don't need any other excuse except that! Sangria is the perfect drink, considering you can get a pitcher with a friend, or just for yourself. We don't judge.\nCost: $11 a glass, $29 a pitcher\nvia @zoomjer\nDelightfully Different Tea Room // 197 Wellington St\n\nDelightfully Different Tea Room is an adorable place to go when you want something light, but something that will pick your mood up right away. You need to make a reservation, but what you get is so worth it. Scones, finger sandwiches, mini desserts, tea of your choice and much more. \n\nCost: $28 per person\n\nvia @emkellway\n\nWooden Heads Gourmet Pizza // 192 Ontario St\n\nPizza makes everyone feel better. It's a fact. Take out pizza is great, but gourmet pizza is where it's at. Whether you go for a margherita pizza (classic) or one with all the fixins, you will not be disappointed. \n\nCost: $9.95 - 22.95\n\nvia @mokshayogakingston\n\nMoksha Yoga Kingston // 27 Princess St\n\nYoga is the most relaxing, calming workout that you can do. And yes, it is a workout. If you want to treat yourself, taking a hot yoga or just a regular yoga class will clear your mind and doesn't break the bank. Going to a yoga class once a week is crucial to stay sane. \n\nCost: The intro special is $40, and that's 30 days unlimited yoga (unreal!) or a drop-in is $20.