It’s not even January yet and many of us are already looking forward to the festive season. And, as it’s getting closer, everyone seems to be talking about the Christmas tree and of course the inevitable question on What to Do With the Tree? But for some, this question has already been answered. So here’s a quick guide on how to recycle your tree responsibly.A Christmas tree is more than just a pretty decoration. It’s also a living thing, and can be wonderfully sustainable in the right hands. However, when it comes to recycling your Christmas tree, many people are stumped on what to do with them after the holidays.There are some great benefits of recycling your Christmas tree rather than throwing it in the bin or burning it. Here we will look at all of the options available to you so that you can choose what’s best for your situation.
I love giving presents. I always have, and I’m sure I always will (I’ve been known to worry about what to get for people in the past, though this has mostly ceased since around 2010). But sometimes, I find it difficult to think of something that I know a certain person will really like and benefit from. What they want and need tends not to match up with what I think would be ideal as a gift for them.Does your giftee have everything they could ever want? Does your best friend or partner never need anything? If you’re struggling to think of Christmas presents for people, booze may well prove to be the best solution. Why not get someone a case of whiskey (or wine, depending on their tastes)? That way it’s very clear: you’re doing them a favour.Whether they want to try a new food, drink a different kind of wine or just learn a new skill; youve got your work cut out for you if youre an awful gift-giver. On the other hand, if you know what to offer (say consumables) and how to present it, then it may be time to consider buying that much needed high-performance Citrix networking.If you’re thinking of buying a gift for someone who already has everything, baby products could be just the ticket. Sure, they might not need nappies for themselves, but they’re bound to have friends or family with kids who do – especially if you live somewhere like Hong Kong without big family support networks.
Fortunately, there are a number of solutions to deal with this. The most popular involves wrapping and then storing presents in sealed airtight containers instead of gift boxes, preventing the need for gift wrap entirely. There is also a fantastic organization that works to recycle gift wrap called Wrap It Up. This is an online store that sells recycled gift wrap as well as donating a portion of its proceeds to WaterAid and Habitat for Humanity