Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could wave a magic wand and all your paperwork disappeared. I have discovered a number of products and techniques to drastically eliminate and reorganise my paper load.
It is important to accept that in the home and for some businesses and places of study, paper contact is an important way to communicate. However, it is also useful to know that you can reduce this volume. The first step you can take is to simply revert to the “paperless” option on your bank statements and bills which will make you feel immediately lighter.
To minimise the contents of your letterbox and door mat from being full of junk mail. Inform your postman and local post office that you want to say NO to junk mail, flyers and charity requests. If necessary, attach a polite notice to the outside of your letterbox.
Dont avoid opening your post so that it builds up. Always deal with your post as it arrives into the home/office. Fear of the unopened (if debt is part of your life can fill you with dread) and the longer you dwell on it, the harder it becomes to make a start.
Procrastinating over the payment of your bills is keeping you from feeling the abundance in your life. The longer we focus on the feeling “of giving money up” the more we will attract this into our lives. Bless your bills with the comfort of knowing that you have received a service or goods which has helped you in some way and be grateful for this. In turn your vibration will be one of gratitude and thanks which in turn will give you more of what you want.
Investing in adequate files/dividers and storage is essential. I recommend several products which are stylish and affordable from Ikea. Shredding is an important part of safely removing paper from your recycling and protection against fraud. An easy to use shredder from Amazon is my recommendation. For important documents I use a locked filing box from Amazon.