That’s quite extreme and I don’t think you are any more typical (well maybe 😆) than AliG with his swimming pool.
IIRC you live (by choice) in a small house - that’s a great way of limiting consumption. Unfortunately in anything bigger it just runs away from you. And it must be an allegory for many things. I bet you don’t have a fridge freezer, wine cooler and refrigerated drinks machine (😬) . Nor 3 small streaming speakers (5W on standby). Low consumption is a philosophy about more than just low energy appliances. And something, as AliG finds, you need obedient/faithful followers in a family situation. We increased a 75m2 house up to about 130m2 and filled it with more shit nobody needs. And when the riveting subject of energy costs comes up, I *think* we’re relatively reasonable here but it would drive me (even more) insane time seriously attempt to change behaviours or maintain a serious low consumption regime.
Where do you stand on cordless devices? Losses via batteries and devices permanently on charge and empty chargers permanently plugged in even when devices are in use. Plenty of boys and their 20 toys for LXT batteries here.