Episode 6 – Sorting Mail from Your Doormat to Your Intray

Sorting Mail from Doormat to intray

Do you wish you could be sorting mail before it builds up on your doormat or in your porch?

In today’s episode we will be discussing all the paperwork that lands on your doormat, comes in via school bags and work bags and how to deal with it. If you have a stack of papers in your kitchen, your hallway, your living room or on your desk, this is the episode for you.

The things we discuss in this episode

What comes in through your door and what you can recycle. It's all about sorting mail at source.

  1. Junk mail, takeaway leaflets and business cards
  2. Leaflets that try and sell you stuff or services,
  3. Telephone books, Yellow Pages and Thomson local directories
  4. Free newspapers.
  5. Charity marketing materials.
  6. Envelopes without an address can be recycled and with an address can be shredded
  7. Terms and conditions. Letters with information such as  work or school letters can be recycled after you’ve written down dates

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Here's an article that will give you more info on sorting mail and your paperwork and will tie in to what we spoke about in the podcast.The bane of the 21st century - paper clutter

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