1. Grocery and shopping bags
Paper or plastic? How about cloth or nylon instead? My city, Seattle, prohibits retail stores from giving out single-use plastic bags, and requires stores to charge at least 5 cents for grocery-size paper bags.
Sure, it’s only a nickel, but I prefer to keep my money for myself, so I bring my own reusable bags to the store.
My husband loves these fruit-shaped ones on Amazon. They fold up so tiny he can shove several in his car’s glove compartment.