Made fried hominy with leftover Thanksgiving ham for supper. Wasn't even my ham, but foisted on us by MIL because she is traveling now, right after the holiday, and didn't want leftovers.
We took our lunches, but I don't think of that as saving; we always do and always have.
Listened to audiobooks downloaded from the library for entertainment, and played board games after supper. Again, though, that's normal. We splurged this weekend on a Redbox movie which I returned in time to pay nothing (got a code online for it), but that's something we do maybe twice a year, sit up in bed together and watch a movie on a laptop (we don't own a TV).
Philosophical question: at what point do things that are usual habit stop being a case of "saving" money? For those of us who are already frugal, at some point acting more like the norm has to become wasting money, right? At that point, I'd think the frugality is the baseline, and so it can't really be considered "saving."