These days, nearly everyone wants less paper in their lives—either because they care about the environment or because they’d rather not drown in clutter. So how do you reduce your paper usage? Here are five simple ways that you can cut back, starting today.
Make the break with paper. It is costing you time, money and energy.
Are you one of those people who is clinging to the archaic tradition of leaving a literal paper trail behind? With all the technological advances in document scanning services these days, there is really no good reason for leaving such a trail. In fact, there are a number of reasons for ditching this habit.
Did you know that your habit of holding on to paper is actually costing you money, year after year? Unlike the one time cost of, say a simple USB device, paper is the bad habit that costs you money as well as time without being obvious about it.