Green up your holiday cleanup

Friday, December 26, 2008

Ater the presents are opened and the Christmas parties are over, take a moment to think about restoring homes back to order. But before stuffing the wrapping paper into a trash bag, or tossing your Christmas tree to the curb, listen to Meaghan O’Neill, the founder and editor of, for suggestion to green up our Christmas cleanup.

Read Meaghan's 10 tips for recovering from holiday clutter.


Meaghan O'Neill


Jen Poyant

Comments [2]

s clark

I find boxes with tops and bottoms that I wrap separately that can be pulled apart without tearing the paper. Thus, they can be reused for a few Christmases and then rewrapped when necessary.
You only need to be watchful of the gift recipient.
NJ makes shipping outlets, like FedEx, accept the styrofoam peanuts et al.

Dec. 26 2008 12:31 PM
RJ is an international network of local listservs where people post *everything*--otherwise nondisposable packing materials are frequently especially welcome.

Dec. 26 2008 09:30 AM

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