Well, I don't even spend that much on clothing (though I do buy lots on jeans as mine seem to wear out at alarming rates); but I guess that I skimp mainly on household stuff if I need to. Â Furniture, for example, is not at all important to me. Â I just buy minimalist stuff on sale and Ikea. Â Personally, I have always liked the idea that I could pack up every material thing I cared about in a suitcase and be ready to move in under half an hour. Â My last move (from one apartment in the building to another) I accomplished in 2 hours, including moving all of my furniture, which consists simply of a bed, a couch, a footstool and end table, a set of drawers, a dining room table, and 2 chairs. Â I own hardly any dish or cookware. Â I have a microwave and a coffeemaker, and only the latter is indispensible. I don't care at all about AV equipment. My t.v. is a piece of crap, as is my ancient stereo, but they work for me. I don't own a car (can't drive. Tried once. Had an "accident" in the parking lot, and that was that. Never got a license.) I do travel quite a lot though, which gobbles up the rest of my money. And I spend the remainder on my fiancee - actually, sometimes I feel like I am taking care of two wardrobes. But I have learned a lot more about women's fashion (which is, after all, a lot bigger field than men's), so I feel that is money well spent in more ways than one.