I consider myself green in most ways.
I have a trunk full of bags for my groceries - I bought a crate to put them in so my trunk looks organized, not like my house.
I go to one of my grocery stores every day or other day so that I can cook whatever looks good. All of them are on my normal go to club, kids, class, etc. routes so I am trying to use less gas. So, I save over buying because I shop for what I need in the way of perishables. I try not to use the plastic bags for produce whenever I can. I will only put vegetables in a plastic bag if they are wet.
I definitely am not green when it comes to cleaning products. I am better with personal products.
We are having a drought in CA. We cut back on watering what little lawn that a prior owner thought that we should have here. KY blue grass in CA. I don't think so. When it dies, I am planting rocks.
Made DH buy a new toilet, low flow, for the main bathroom. Master toilet is not that old and the third does not get used very often.
Our trash collection company gives us a regular bin, a recycle bin and a green bin for yard stuff. Last year they gave us compost bins for the kitchen and we can put that in the green yard bin. Happily composting since then.
We turned down/up whatever the thermostat. To save energy, I run the dishwasher/washer at night. I hang things to dry whenever I can.
We have all those light bulbs.
I won't give up on how often I have a TV or more on in our house. I am the one with the 4 BR, 6 TV house.