I get my hair highlighted professionally. In the two years I've been here, this is the 4th stylist I've found and I finally have a winner! I'm not a difficult customer, but I have difficult hair in a small town so it's been hard to find someone who did a good job. She's the most expensive in town, which means she's about the same as what I paid back in my home town for an average-priced stylist.
I have acrylic nails because mine are awful.
I get pedicures, but I keep it to only 3 or 4 times a year due to cost.
Coffee - I bought a cappuccino/latte maker for home and it's paid for itself. I still occasionally buy it when I'm out, but it's always on-the-run.
Publix, a southern grocery store chain. I used to shop there exclusively, but now that my son is back home with me I've had to cut back a bit and start shopping at Super Store for the bulk of my stuff.
Charmin bath tissue.
Lawn service. I detest lawn care and I haven't owned a mower since I moved here. That's how I justify the cost of the lawn care.
Yes, I know this is ridiculous and that I'm delusional.
Purses, although I've cut back considerably. I have a Michael Kors I've been carrying for well over a year, with a matching wallet. When I was married and had more disposable income I used to drive him nuts with a new (expensive) purse every month or so.
Bras. I can only seem to fit well in certain models of Vics Secret.
That's all for now. I'm having to cut back a bit, due to accepting a new job that offers less overtime..so I'll be pruning my list.
Edited to add - soy candles, bought from a local maker. They aren't much more expensive than the lesser quality in stores. They are better for the environment, don't cause headaches, and I am supporting local business. I'm really good at justifying! lol