I didn’t purchase any fashion items (because I’m trying to reduce my clothing and I remembered that a jacket I preordered last year is arriving this month). I didn’t purchase any other form of entertainment other than my otome games and microtransactions on Genshin. I did purchase some skincare this month since I ran out of moisturizer and my concealer expired a long time ago, but that’s about it.
I’ve been enjoying two of the games that I bought thoroughly. I must say they’re really pricey around $50 each, but this price tag is standard for an otome game on Switch. I’m a complete sucker for scenarios that have dark plot twists and the titles I bought were exactly that, so I’m very satisfied with it. I was really tempted to buy a bunch of titles in one go so I have a stash of titles to go through later, but I realized I won’t have the time to play all of these once I start the preparation for moving out (and finally start working).
Other than that, I guess I gave in to my temptations to roll for more gacha on Genshin. I was really happy to get the characters I wanted, but I know I don’t actually need them. Thinking about it right now, I really shouldn’t have done it, though. I’m slightly regretting my decision. I guess the festive mode in-game somehow influenced me.
I’m quite happy that I didn’t purchase many things this month, but then again, the price for each transaction was quite high. In the end, the total amount of money I spent didn’t change much compared to last month’s. I’d like to say that I want to lessen my expenditure next month, but that’s clearly impossible.
Next month’s expense log is definitely going to explode. 90% of the stuff would be costs from moving out and I’m not looking forward to see how empty my bank account will be in a couple of weeks.