I slid a little last week. I bought my favorite card game in Spanish. It came out in November, and we wanted to buy it then, but waited until we had signed up for a Spanish class this semester. I also bought a roll of packing tape and some digital tapes (for work).
Other things I bought that are within the rules:
- Food (obviously)
- Used Spanish textbook. It was a misprint, and there are about 10 pages in the back that are damaged, but instead of returning it, we're patching it and using it.
- The previously-mentioned yarn (an art supply)
- 3 DVDs, used
- 2 bags of squeakers for dog toys. I used one squeaker to make a toy for my cat, and am putting the others in my pet sitting bag (I'm a pet sitter) for patching toys for my clients.
- Some software and online website memberships. I've really cut back on this, though, and only buy the programs and memberships I need or have really thought about. But at least the resources that get used in making software are pretty low-impact, and they don't fill my house with clutter.
In other words, my 100-day journey is going well.