“Over the past decade, we have seen a resurgence in audiobooks and podcasts. With how busy our daily lives are, it is an easy way to learn something new, enjoy a story, or engage in a community or conversation without much effort.
From Audible to Spotify to Apple Podcasts, there are dozens of different apps and connective ways to listen to your media. If you’re an audiophile like me and consume media this way, I highly recommend checking out the Libby app. This app connects your local library card to any audiobooks they have on file and it is all FREE. It is through this app that I recently was able to read… well, listen… to the book “101 Ways to Go Zero Waste” by Kathyrn Kellogg.
This amazing book is filled with so many engaging and easy ways to rethink your approach to your waste. As someone who strives to follow the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle motto, I wanted to share some ways that you can tackle your own “waste” problem and spread the sustainable awareness the food industry has to play in this problem.”
- Pack your food right after it is made
- Another way to reduce your food waste is to just buy what you need and some of what you want
- Reduce the amount of plastic you use
- If you are able to, composting is definitely a very good idea
- Support and buy low-impact food items