5 Green-ify your wrapping. Those reusable bags grocery stores sell cheap to cut down on paper and plastic waste? With a little tissue paper around your present, the bags become a bonus gift the recipient can use all year. You don't even have to sacrifice seasonal colors; I've seen green, red, and blue bags for sale. If you don't like the logo, slap a layer of paint over it (put aluminum foil inside first to cut down on the mess) and write or draw something in the newly created space.8 Write a holiday letter. Feel free to mix it up. One friend's annual letter is always in rhymed verse. The title of another friend's letter is "The Fifty Things We Learned this Year." My parents mail out a hidden-word puzzle, and if it doesn't arrive by December 15, my children start asking me when it's coming.
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