By Whitney Cornelison | Simplifying Family
― Joshua Becker
So, go paperless for all your billing accounts (credit cards, utilities, insurance), and unsubscribe from any additional mailing lists while you’re at it.
Your drop zone can be a basket, envelope, or a burlap bag. Something that will keep all of your receipts together in one place.
While it's tempting to cut all the coupons and keep every mailer, they only add to the clutter if not used. Keep coupons in your bag so you have them while shopping!
Some examples of documents you can shred are: old bills, pay stubs over a year old, tax documents over seven years old, and product manuals.
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