Paper is a tool. It can be educational like books, powerful like fire, or transactional like receipts. Paper often morphs into clutter, if we’re not intentional.
Do you remember the days before we had debit and credit cards? You know when there was only cash and checks. Seriously. Can you imagine paying $10,000 for something in cash not because you chose to, but because you have to as there’s no way to pay digitally? Sounds crazy, but that’s what it was like before the Internet.
So why then are we still carrying around paper copies of receipts, and car warranties? Well, we don’t have to and I’m going to show you the first step in creating a paperless office. . . let’s start with receipts.
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Hi! I’m Melodee Forbes, and I help leaders declutter their calendar, so they can create more time for self care. I’d be happy to support you in decluttering your physical items and digital systems. You can start to create more self care by clicking here.