Switched to dash as my shell
For a number of weeks now I have been using dash as my shell, replacing bash.
I have been taking tab-completion and the command history for granted and felt it appropriate to lose those luxuries.
I have also left PS1 as default, meaning 'pwd' has become a close friend.
I also re-linked /bin/sh to point to dash, meaning I had to remove all the bash-isms from my various scripts which was a fun process.
Glob patterns have replaced tab completion and carefully thinking about what I am typing removes the need for the command history and arrow-key navigation (which isn't a thing in dash, meaning you can't go back to add or change a character).
I have no intentions on switching shells back to bash, I like this kind of punishment.