Mini Mission – Thursday 17Aug2017

Declutter at least ten pieces of paperwork from your filing system. I am sure you can find at least ten, unles of course you decluttered this space thoroughly within the last couple of weeks.

It is amazing how quickly paperwork builds up. While you do this task reduce future paper waste generation by identifying and arranging to digitise bills etc that you can receive and store on your electronic devices.


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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. I did recently go through and declutter the paperwork. I even shredded a number of records we no longer need. I have a goal of getting everything digitized and then I will have none of it on paper. I think that sounds wonderful. Just time consuming if I do it all at once.

  2. How timely! Just today I shredded a little stack of receipts I had been keeping since March. I had thought I might want to refer to some orders of supplements , but decided today I wouldn’t need them. Felt good to get them out of my desk drawer!!!