when you’re ready to tackle the lot, consider these tips:
Leftovers for days
Does your family overdo the food every year? Here’s the easiest way to manage your fridge: Don’t let leftovers from one holiday overlap with the next. If you have a fridge full of turkey and casseroles after Christmas Day, make a point to either eat, freeze or dispose of it by New Year’s Eve or sooner. That way, you won’t risk eating spoiled food, plus you’ll make more room for New Year’s treats and traditions — or all the fruits and veggies you plan to consume once you’ve made your resolutions for 2020.
Reduce, reuse, recycle
On Dec. 24, your tree is surrounded by artfully wrapped gifts for the whole family. But about 10 minutes into Christmas morning, your tidy stack of presents is ransacked! All that’s left after the merry mayhem is torn paper, boxes, bows and bags — but that doesn’t mean it should all be thrown away.
If you have the storage space, consider adding another bin to the Christmas décor corner of your attic for reusable wrappings. Most gift boxes and bags can be repurposed, and as long as bows retain their fluff, it’s easy to replace the no-longer-sticky backing with a piece of tape for the next go-round.
For everything that does need to be tossed, resist the urge to shove it all into a trash bag — take a few extra minutes and sort out what can be dropped off at your nearest recycling bin.
gifts your family would receive, take an afternoon to box up clothes you no longer wear, toys your kids never play with and books your family no longer reads and make space for what’s new. Donate the stuff you don’t need to a local mission, shelter, school or other nonprofit.
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