IMAGINE it, no chips, no cling wrap and absolutely no single-use plastic.
That's how Amber Goff has largely lived since January, when she decided to oust the huge polluter from her life.
Now, she's started Plastic Free Tamworth to encourage others to go zero waste.
"It sounds really weird but I watched a video on Facebook and it felt like I had to do it morally," Ms Goff said.
"I did it quickly and it was stressful, it's very overwhelming when you realise how much plastic you use."
A bill to ban single-use plastic bags in NSW went before the lower house on Thursday, after the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) revealed about 80 million bags become litter each year.
The state ranked second last in the country's first single-use plastic scorecard, it nudged just above Victoria thanks to the Return and Earn container deposit scheme.
Ms Goff has purged plastic at a more extreme level than most, even going vegan to avoid processed food packaging.
She takes her own containers to the butcher to get her dog's meat without plastic, and said anybody can start with a few basics and work their way up.
"We just need to shop differently, to stop supporting those bigger companies and tell them we want change," she said.
"All you need to do is make or buy fresh produce bags, you can buy a potato and make your own crispy chips.
"It makes you healthier as well, you don't realise how much processed stuff you put in your own body.
"It can be as simple as getting a reusable drink bottle, taking your own keep cup for coffee or spending the extra five minutes to sit down and enjoy your coffee in a cup before work."
The Plastic Free Tamworth Facebook page already has 39 members who share tips to reduce single-use plastic.