A carPublic transportationA bikeMallsDepartment stores (Macy's, Nordstrom's, etc.)Big box stores (Target, Walmart, etc.)Chain clothing stores (Gap, Urban Outfitters, etc.)Going to the gymGoing to clubsGoing to concertsGoing to barsAlcoholGoing to the moviesPremium cable (HBO, Showtime, etc.)Basic cable (ESPN, TBS, etc.)Netflix/HuluBlu-ray/DVDsTVCD playerVideo game systemComputerInternetE-book readeriPadMP3 playerRadioHeadphonesSmartphoneCell phoneLandlineAlarm clockRegular clock/watchCameraAir conditioningRoom/ceiling fanBlenderMicrowaveToasterStoveRefridgeratorKeurig coffee makerRegular coffee makerCoffee/TeaSit-down restaurantsFast-food restaurantsFrozen foodFarmers marketsBrita water filterBottled waterAntibacterial wipes and gelsSunscreenFace creamsMakeupHair productsShampooConditionerSoapHot waterCurling iron/hair straightenerBlow dryerMouthwashDental flossToothbrushToothpasteBoard gamesSunglassesWallet/PurseCredit cardsDebit cardsLibrariesBooksMagazinesGum/breath mintsMoneyElectricity
How Much Can You Live Without?
You like your comfort and that’s OK. Let’s be honest, why would you want to live like someone from the 1800s, anyway?
You’re comfortable being slightly uncomfortable, ‘cause for you it’s more about those small essentials that keep you happy (and sane).
You’re someone who can live roughly if need be. Obviously you like being comfortable, but if push came to shove you could live a Spartan lifestyle.
You’re basically the type of person who can survive a zombie apocalypse. You take pride in how little you need in life and how little you depend on modern conveniences.