Style Secret: Recycling Made SimpleGood habits are easier to adopt when you make them as painless as possible. Set up a recycling center in an easy-to-access spot, such as the kitchen, garage or mudroom, to make sorting plastic, paper and glass second nature. There are plenty of ready-made systems on the market, including some that tuck away behind cabinets, but you also can mix and match bins and receptacles to design your own. Put it into practice: Look for opportunities to reuse household items that aren't going out to the curb. Perhaps old magazines can be used as wrapping paper or decoupaged onto vases and boxes; empty jars might hold craft supplies or corral silverware at casual cookouts; the last dregs of paint in the can could be splashed onto a canvas for DIY artwork. And don't forget to take advantage of community programs for recycling electronics, hazardous waste and other items beyond everyday discards.