First off reduce has been pretty easy to do for the last several months since I lost my job. My husband is still working, but we certainly have to consider every purchase we make. I'm a crafty person so I find the reuse and recycle part just part of my nature. Packing lunches for my husband has changed. It used to be a lot of disposable plastic bags but after considering the environment I've switched to using re-useable containers. My favorite part of recycling has been repurposing clothes. I turn t-shirts into t-shirt yarn, and make book bags, rugs, and stuff from it. I save old jeans too, they work good as patches for jeans we are still wearing.
We live in a community that recycles as well. We have one spot recycling where any recyclable material can be put in a bin, and the garbage service sorts it out at their facility.
I’m an historic preservation student at Savannah College of Art & Design, so I’m learning a lot about sustainability of historical buildings. That would be the ultimate in reduce, reuse, recycle.