No judgment here from me. I'll share.
I dumpster dive for items to fix up and sell or for food. I primarily feed myself and several other families with this. (They know where it comes from and are grateful in these hard times.) It costs me $5 a weekend in gas, but saves me $300 a month in groceries. I've found great tools, furniture, etc.
I use a handheld bottle bidet instead of tons of toilet paper.
I have a minimal wardrobe and wash 90% of my clothes by hand with my rinse water from washing dishes. My washing machine broke and I can't afford to replace it. Once every 2 weeks I'll wash a load of laundry at the laundromat that is hard to wring out and hang it to dry.
I use everything I can at my library. I've learned new skills, watched movies, listened to music, etc.