Abira Nasir

Abira Nasir is a lead content writer at The Girls Lifestyle since 2016. Her passion is to help girls in all aspects of health, fitness, fashion and many other problems that girls can face in their lives. Her goal is to provide trending information about human life to ladies and keep them updated.
Life Rule: "Never depend on others for your happiness."

11 Comments

  • Nicole 3 months ago

    Great article! It’s so important to raise people’s awareness. There is so much food wastage, and the damage goes beyond the uneven distribution of food and financial – there is an environmental impact. My biggest challenge is trying to manage leftovers. It’s nice to have leftovers to put in everyone’s lunch, but it isn’t helpful if they just end up rotting in the fridge.

  • Charlotte Jessop 3 months ago

    There are some excellent suggestions here. I liked the one about expiration dates. So many people do not understand these and throw food away unnecessarily. A beautiful website too!

  • Dani 3 months ago

    Gosh your pictures are so perfect. Your post is so helpful and insightful. Definitely remember each of the ways you suggested.

  • Tara Fuller 3 months ago

    i want to try composting! it seems like such a great way to naturally recycle!

  • Angela Hoyos 3 months ago

    I really love this post! It’s crazy how much food we waste. I am guilty of it – Sometimes I mistakenly do a big grocery haul and I end up just eating half of it, and I forget about the other half and end up throwing it out. I love the idea of donating food and growing your own fruits and veggies. I often host dinner parties when I have too much food that I can’t finish and I know will expire if It’s not consumed. When shopping for meats, fruits and veggies I know just buy what I need for two-three days at a time, it saves me money. Sure it’s more time but I buy just what I need.

  • Jen @ Jenron Designs 3 months ago

    These are all really great tips. It always blows my mind the amount of food we waste especially here in the U.S. , when there are so many ways to prevent the waste with a little bit of effort. The disposable society trend has got to stop. I know even with my home blog I try to focus on upcycling items or repurposing. When I do buy new I always donate the old items to a charity.

  • Heddy Siddle 3 months ago

    I’ve been on a mission this year to reduce my trash output each week. It’s really difficult some weeks, but recycling truly has helped me work on this goal. My friend also just started composting, so I bought a compost kitchen bucket, and I put my scraps in it to bring to her house and add to her pile. The buckets are nice. No smell. :)

  • Shawn @ Healthy Wealthy Skinny 3 months ago

    Thank you so much for this post. I think that my family really wastes too much food. We really need to work on storing our food properly. Much needed post.

  • vaishali 3 months ago

    I am a fan of bulk buying. But I buy just as much as I know we wood go through before it goes bad. Plus i store everything in a very organized way.

  • Nadalie Bardo 3 months ago

    My favourite way to deal with veggie “waste” is to throw it in the freezer and make vegetable broth! It’s so good.

  • Cassie 3 months ago

    I definitely didn’t know about how overstuffing your freezer can cause issues with the air flow in your refrigerator! Great tips!

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