I've been calling myself a vegan (again) since January, but I don't think I should anymore. Here's what I eat/don't eat, and use/don't use:
99% of the time I don't eat eggs or dairy, but I'm thinking of eating them a little more often, but not on a daily basis.
I do eat bug products. I've eaten honey during my entire second bout of "veganism", but I avoided carmine and other bug bits. I don't avoid those anymore.
I don't care much about gelatin anymore. If I want a supplement and the store only has it in a gelatin capsule, I get it. But I don't eat actual foods that have it.
I don't wear or buy new leather, and I hadn't bought wool or silk in 2 years, but I'm thinking of giving up that restriction.
I don't buy cosmetics that are tested on animals, but I don't mind buying otherwise vegan beauty and household products that are owned by a non-vegan, animal testing parent company.
I do buy toothpaste that may be tested on animals.
I don't blink at buying over-the-counter drugs that are tested on animals.
The problem with calling myself a vegetarian is that most people will assume I want to eat eggs and dairy on a regular basis. The problem with calling myself vegan is that I don't live up to many vegan standards, and I don't have goals to do so.