English Country in NorthomeTraditional Home Office, Minneapolis
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Just say, "No thanks." On a daily basis, I am offered extra paper and politely decline. Some prime examples: coupons from office supply stores, random flyers and business cards. And at the office, your coworkers are probably in the routine of handing over paperwork and agendas. To counteract this: • First, recognize when you really don't need the paper and decline it.• If it's imperative that you have the information, request the data in email form.• Take advantage when a store offers to email you the receipt.• The next time you find yourself waiting at the doctor's office, car wash or DMV, empty your purse or wallet. This five-minute activity will help keep paper piles from building at home.