5 Easy Ways to Be Less Wasteful this Christmas | Blogmas Day 4

5 Easy Ways to Be Less Wasteful this Christmas

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While making the most of Christmas is important, most people often find themselves with extra food, crumpled up wrapping paper, or gifts that they fail to use once the holiday is over. Not only that, but it can be hard to pinpoint exactly how we can enjoy Christmas to the fullest without neglecting the things that we use to celebrate.

Hopefully this list will help you out with 5 Ways to be Less Wasteful this Christmas ! ⭐

1. Focus less on quantity and more on quality.

We may be easily tempted to splurge on Christmas gifts or cook a dinner that will last for days, but it’s important that we focus on the quality of these material items rather than the quantity.

To expound on what I mean, think about the person before you buy them a gift, and if you believe they will actually use the gift. Pay attention to their interest, and the things that they enjoy.

As well, make sure that you are cooking enough food for your family to eat on Christmas day, and maybe leftovers for a day or two after, but no more. Being realistic when it comes to shopping can help prevent money spent on things that won’t be used to the fullest.

2. Shop at thrift stores.

Instead of buying something brand new for today’s crazy prices, shop at a local thrift store for pre-loved items. Sometimes, a visit to a thrift store can be the cause for some great new Christmas gifts, even if it takes a while to find them.

To prevent the spread of germs, make sure you thoroughly wash or sanitize the items that you buy before gifting them to anyone, including yourself. Staying safe matters, and isn’t hard. We just need to put some effort in, and we can make pre-used items amazing gifts!

3. Think again when it comes to gift wrap.

While tearing the gift wrap off of our Christmas gifts can be a joy, I couldn’t say the same thing for cleaning up the mess that we may accidentally make. Besides, it’s just a waste of paper that will likely be thrown away when Christmas Day comes to end.

4. Reuse the gifts and decorations that you have received.

Chances are you’ve received a few gifts that, while you appreciate, you may not use anymore. Either that or some gifts are nicely presented in festive bags or with a nice bow on top. When receiving beautiful decorations as such, don’t be ashamed to reuse the gifts and decorations on presents from you to others!

Using resources that you already have rather then going out to get more items is an amazing way to stay practical and be a lot less wasteful.

5. Recycle materials that you can’t reuse.

Finding several uses for one material or object is an amazing strategy. However, some materials just are salvageable enough for us to do so. When this is the case, recycle cardboard, plastic, glass, and other materials.

This is a great strategy to use if you want to get rid of all the extra trash while being kind to the environment!


Hopefully you were highly inspired by these 5 Easy Ways to Be Less Wasteful this Christmas! Taking the initiative to be less wasteful is showing the Lord how thankful we are for what He has blessed us with. And gratitude is one of the best attitudes that you can have.

Have a beautiful day! ⭐️

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