I had 2 hospital births and chose epidurals both times.
After a long stretch of pricing natural-woven baskets for organizing our crap, I'll go on a plastic-buying binge, buying all the storage I need and more for the price of one basket at JoAnn fabrics.
Change above sentence, substituting "organic, fair trade, hand woven kitchen towels" and "non-organic, slave labor grocery store kitchen towels" for "baskets" and "plastic". Oh, and the factory outlet jeans made in Bangladesh, cheaper than thrift store jeans.
I live where I can have chickens, a huge garden and acres of forest to walk through, but to live here I drive waaaay too many miles. Thankfully, my car gets good gas mileage. However we are outgrowing it, it's getting to 200,000 miles really fast (did I mention how many miles I drive?) so I am contemplating a minivan or Highlander. Ouch.
We have a lot of toys. A lot of toys!
We eat boatloads of sugar. I buy organic sugar, but a lot of the treats we buy don't use it. I looooove sugar! Oh, and I have and use food coloring.
We eat fast food about once a week or so. And, yes, the girls get a pop or "lemonade".
I eat way more meat than I should. But I have an excuse-- I'm allergic to most vegetarian sources of protein.
I can be tyrant.
I let the girls watch TV (videos) and shows on the internet. But we're unschoolers, so I get to do that and still be crunchy.
One show they love is the Lone Ranger. Gunshooting. Fist fights. Stereotypes. They love it. I also let them watch a fair amount of violence (LOTR, The Hobbit, Kung Fu Panda). But, being unschoolers, we get to do that and still be crunchy.