Part of being organized is doing what you can to keep unnecessary items from cluttering your life. According to some sources, Americans households receive nearly 90 billion pieces of unsolicited advertising mail annually. That’s a lot of mail nobody asked for and less than half the people who receive it even read.
Instead of spending time weeding through the mail, just say no. No more junk mail! Don’t be part of the problem by filling up the garbage and eventually the landfills with unwanted paper. Tell the advertisers that you don’t want their junk.
One service CatalogChoice.org can help get you off the junk mail roller coaster. They are a comprehensive service for opting out of all types of unwanted mail. They have thousands of companies and nonprofits in their database so you choose the companies you no longer want to be on the mailing list for. You can even suggest a company and they will let you know as soon as they add the company to their database. How cool is that?
Oh, I almost forgot, they have an app for that too called Mail Stop where you can take photos of the junk mail and catalogs you no longer want to receive and they will take care of the rest.
Your Daily 15 Minutes: Grab your pile of junk mail and go to CatalogChoice.org. Sign up and start entering the names of the companies you want to stop sending you junk mail. It may take some time to stop all of the junk mail but if you are consistent you will see a drop in the amount of clutter showing up at your door.
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