I'm not a big car guy; just never had much of an interest. I sold my car a few years ago because I rarely used it living in the city.
Having zero car expenses meant I had more money to spend on what I do care about - traveling to Europe once a year.
As referenced below, we all have different interests. You shouldn't feel guilty spending money on what matters to you if you can cut back on the things that don't.
(Yes I created this on my iPhone, my thumb hurts now).
Controlling your spending isn't all-or-nothing. So what matters to you? Prioritize where to spend and where to cut back and make your hard-earned dollars more meaningful.