Image from Confessions of a Shopaholic. I love that movie but it totally makes me want to go shopping. And Stalk Hugh Dancy :P
2. Healthy food doesn't count. You should never let saving stop you eating healthy.
3. Clothing. Probably my worst addiction because I don't count books. I am not a person who can only buy the clothes they NEED, nor do I believe you should restrict yourself that much. With cheap things like charity shop clothing I can buy anything $15 and under IF I know I actually like it and will wear it. I am a bit addicted to HolyClothing, but I have managed to resist buying EVERYTHING they make by trying to just get things that flatter my body shape. So far I have only been wrong once. Their clothing is still relatively cheap: $30-$50 on average. I rarely treat myself to items in the $80-$150 range and they have to be really fancy and suit my style perfectly. The more expensive the item, the closer to perfect it has to be. Learning to sew can also help, there are so many YouTube tutorials now!
(I only ever buy with paypal, card or cash, using my own money. Credit cards are a terrible trap.)
4.Outings: you should always try to spend time with friends! They make life magic! Cheap hangouts include Crafternoons and bringing home-cooked food to each others' places. You can have movie nights and days with microwave popcorn and snacks, which saves the price of a movie and overpriced snacks.
5. Tattoos: Never try to save by going to a dodgy place. Fixing a bad tattoo is hard and expensive, not to mention hygiene... do your research, pay the bucks, it's worth it!
Well, that's about all I can think of relating to my life. Anyone else have any good tips?