Eating seasonally have gotten easier. We're not 100%, and we're not going to be, but right now I think our only non-local produce is bananas, with the occasional brown onion thrown in. Not only do we have the CSA now, but there is a new organic fruit stand in town. We're also loving the local gouda we can buy, even though it isn't organic.
I've eliminated two medications from my daily line up. I don't generally suggest that people ditch all of their medications, but I do think we have to be prepared for not being able to get medications. I'm currently tapering off a third medication.
Car "lite" is going well. We cut our driving 33% in March. Transportation is now at 20 - 25% of average.
We finally got our water usage down to about 40% of the national average, and we're working on a plan to transition from ornamental landscaping to edible/medicinal landscaping, as well as plants that attract beneficial insects and pollinators, and low water plants.
I cut using the electric warming pad every night, and use a hot water bottle instead. I pour my used water onto plants the next day.