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4 Ways to Make the Most of the Time After the Holidays

4 Ways to Make the Most of the Time After the Holidays

It's finally the holiday season. Time for parties. Champagne. Seeing friends and family. Cookies. So many cookies.

And that's so festive and fun. What a great time of year. Until January 1st. And then there's nothing. For a while anyway. Sure, Valentine's Day is in February, but that is a long, cold, sad stretch until then. And, really, what do you even have to look forward to with that? Chalky conversation hearts, over-priced prix fixe meals where they will definitely be out of heart-shaped ravioli by the time it's your reservation and drug store boxes of chocolate that are 85 percent cherry cordial for some reason? Bah, humbug!

 Here are some ideas to take advantage of the time right after the holidays with your residents.

Tree disposal bins. Let's get this one out of the way—it might not be the sexiest thing you can do, but it is practical. And who doesn't like practical? (I whisper to myself as I gift wrap the socks I'm giving to my kids.) After the holidays, your residents might have Christmas trees they need to get rid of, as well as boxes, etc. Help them out by having an area in the community where they can properly dispose of this stuff.

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