My bedside lamp.
My "home" slippers.
A lot of items in my kitchen...spatulas, jars, containers
The containers of all my cosmetics, my combs
My mobile phone, my earphones and my bluetooth device
All the electrical/electronic devices at home (refrigerator, television, modem, laptop, wires, and so on)
Since I don't want to use leather, all my handbags/backpacks, luggage, and shoes/sandals
All the electrical switches
Parts of all kinds of motorized vehicles and cycles, too
My timekeeping gadgets: watches, clocks in the home
My water bottles
The packets of various food items, snack items and sweets
The covers of magazines that are delivered or sold
So many components of the public transport that I use
Reflectors on the road, advertisement banners, sheets used as shelters
I stop at this point, as the list seems unending. Plastics are here to stay, and we cannot be hypocritical and say, "Ban plastic". I don't think it's possible...it's too useful and cheap material. We can only try to regulate its use.