Sounds like you've done primary plus secondary before. I'll also assume you used a bucket for the primary.
For those switching to primary only, generally people just keep using the bucket and save the carboy for one secondary is needed (adding fruit, etc.).
One issue that could come up is if you also use the primary bucket as the bottling bucket. My solution was to buy a second bucket and add spigots to both. I don't brew often enough to have to worry about having both buckets tied up at once. I can still use a carboy as secondary if needed.
Aging for 1 Year: #1 LHBS Standard (Dry) Stout
In bottles: #2 Honing Wit (Belgian Wit Bier w/honey); #3 Be Hoppy, Not Bitter ("Oregon" Pale Ale: APA using Oregon-inspired ingredients and lots of late-addition/dry-hops); #4 American Red-Head (Irish Red made from American ingredients); #5 Student Power Orange Ale (Orange-hued amber ale for a wedding)
On deck: [Thinking about it]