We eat out 1-2 times a week.
I was going to say my organic, all natural body care products but honestly I have such bad chemical sensitivities that I could probably handle the cheap hair stuff, but I absolutely cannot use mainstream body lotions (I have ezcema and dermographism). It keeps me out of the doctors office, literally.
We buy organic, high thread count sheets. DD and I have sensory issues and itchy sheets make my skin crawl. But I could do without the organic.
I don't consider organic healthy food a luxury. I believe that everyone has the right to safe, healthy food. I know some can't afford it, but we can. I would drop just about everything else before I started buying non-organic (certain items-dairy, apples...)
My daughter's activity classes. She's homeschooled and these are her lifeline to other kids (besides the park and library, which we wear out, believe me
Oh, I do buy quality art supplies for myself and dd. I think it's important, and it is a luxury.
I get my eyebrows waxed 1-2 times a month. I'd have a unibrow, I'm not joking.
Other than those things, I'm really frugal with everything, shop on sale or thrift, use coupons, no cable, prepaid cellie, make home cleaning supplies, order water at restaurants, no cleaning ladies, no gym memberships, no YMCA, no pool passes, no lawn maintenance, no pedicures, no fancy haircuts, no spas, cheap vacations, cheap car, etc.