If There Was A National Recycling Month For Latinos, This Would Be It
Do you recycle Christmas ornaments and gift bags every December? Have week long recalentados after Christmas? Then you must be celebrating National Latino Recycling Month! Okay, it’s not really a nationally celebrated thing, but it might as well be because…
Every Christmas you recycle all the bolsas de regalo.
Tip: If the name tag has someone else’s name, rip it off.
And wrapping paper.
Tip: Take your time unwrapping your gifts. Be super careful not to tear the paper or leave fingerprints on the tape.
Everyone has leftovers for
days weeks in December.
Tip: Cook in bulk.
NOTHING should go to waste. Leftovers are to be your meal for week, month, maybe even rest of the year.
All food trays and containers are also washed and recycled.
Tip: Disposable trays? HA. Neverrrrrrr.
Everything gets turned into tree ornaments like your quinceañera crown.
Tip: Just throw a ribbon on it.
Waste money Throw away Christmas lights when you can reuse the same ones over and over, even when some of the bulbs are out? Absolutely not.
Tip: Do not remove until next year, mid-January, because you still have to celebrate el Día De Los Reyes Magos.
Recycling doesn’t get easier than recycling paper. AKA, a collection of Christmas cards.
Tip: Don’t throw away. Stash every card you get over the years.
Bonus: The more cards you have, the more popular you look to all of your comadres.
And who can forget mom’s famous nacimiento.
Tip: Even if the nacimiento is collecting dust, you display it every. single. December.
If it’s possible to have leftover tequila, there’s no doubt that won’t get used at the next family gathering.
Tip: There’s no way your uncles are going to let any single drop go to waste.
What else do you recycle every December? Comment and hit the share button below!
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