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Get rid of the easy stuff first: old catalogs, empty bags, broken tools and expired products. Put away items that belong elsewhere, then straighten up what’s left.
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If your basement is prone to flooding, elevate items off the floor and check the sump pump. Before the storm hits, secure outdoor furniture or bring it indoors, and clear any clogged rain gutters if possible. Learn more about how to prepare for a nor’easter at Mass.gov.
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Do all of the pieces in your closet fit well and align with your personal style? Remove items that are worn out, don’t fit or simply don’t feel like you, then make a list of any gaps in your wardrobe you’d like to fill this season.
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Next, gather supplies: a few rolls of versatile gift wrap, a handful of cards for all occasions and perhaps a stash of go-to hostess gifts will keep you stocked and ready to go. If you’re in a season of life when you’re attending lots of children’s birthday parties or baby showers, consider choosing one or two favorite gifts to keep on hand in multiples.
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