I'm actually returning something. Something inexpensive, no less. I posted yesterday about how I wasn't sure I wanted to keep Wizard from Petites, as it was almost identical to Bronze Ablaze by Sally Hansen, which I already almost never wear. Normally, for $3, I would have decided that they were different enough to justify keeping both. But I have no desire to keep it, and I want to take it back. I don't even want to buy anything else after I return it (although we'll see how that goes...), since I'd considered Brit Invasion from the new L'Oreal collection, but decided against it after reading reviews that were mediocre at best.
I realize this sounds like a ridiculous thing for which to be proud of myself. Doesn't everyone return things? Well I don't. I never did, anyway. I'd buy cheap things that weren't "worth" returning, and convince myself that I liked them enough to keep them. Then I got better at just not buying anything I didn't really love, but I'd still not return it if I got it home and changed my mind. Now I feel like I'm finally no longer so attached to the things I buy that I can't easily give them up again if I realize I'm not going to enjoy them.