Not sure how applicable this is outside of the UK, but I'd like to endorse going to your newsagents for small things. Up until a couple of weeks ago, I'd head to the supermarket for pretty much everything, but thanks to some particularly awful weather started popping to the newsagents instead. It's not only closer, and usually cheaper, but they have a really small staff rotation, and they're rarely overworked so actually come to recognise you after a few visits. It's nice to feel at least in part a part of the wider community like that, especially when adult life can make it so tricky to hang out with people.
Edit: And one more thing. 365Chapter2018 is a wonderful blog. The person writing it is working through their huge library of unread books, one first chapter per day, in an attempt to absolve themselves of their purchase. If you're not into book reviews though, don't worry. The posts are as much a journey for the author through various scenes in her life, and the context in which these books were received, as they are evaluating the content. It's a great blog in the way that so many aren't in the age of SEO.