I dont trow away trash since i was 7 years old, i ALWAYS put it in the trash can (if there are reciclable ones, even better). I also use mostly glass, im surprised at how many things are made from plastic and i avoid buying it at all, i try my best to re-use/mend things and clothes too (it's also fun because i like a lot tailoring).
I only turn on lights/electronics/anything if a really need it, then i just turn them off inmediately (My family helps me out with this which is pretty good)
Im kinda low-maintenance, so i dont buy almost anything outside essentials. I buy veggies and fruits directly from farmers (which is normal in my country) and i don't use plastic bags.
As for clothes, im used to buy from second hand stores and i don't really care about brands, with good taste and creativity you can manage to create good outfit combinations and people will not even notice (i also use my moms 90's clothes because they're ａｅｓｔｈｅｔｉｃ as fuck lmao). I recently discovered a lot of enviroment-friendly brands that make clothes and accesories from recycled materials like >>407877
and im all for it!! there's something very special on wearing an accesory or a dress made with the enviroment on mind.
I didn't like meat since the first day i tasted it, it's just not my thing and will never be, i pretty much prefer to eat veggies/fruits because i like their taste/texture more, its convenient too because my family has an story of high cholesterol/obesity/heart attacks.
I bathe once a day, i know anons will think is gross but i mostly stay at my home doing nothing and climate here is currently cold so i dont sweat that much (also we cant waste that much water).
I think my green failures are that i sometimes use too much toilet paper and wash a lot my hands because ocd, but im trying to overcome it, it deeply embarasses me.
I know our planet is kinda (almost absolutely) fucked right now, but im happy i don't contribute to it anymore and i do my best to help, if nothing works and we finally die then yikes but at least i tried.