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Organizing Mail

June 21, 2010

While organizing my front entryway, I realized I needed places for junk mail which I recycle, bills, and items to be shredded. I hung some attractive straw purses on my coat rack with labels for each. This way I don't carry them to the dining table or the sofa where they tend to pile up. Now I sort them as soon as I carry them through the door!

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By Susan from Elkhart, IN

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March 19, 2010

I took a TV dinner boxes and cut the one end of the flips off. I am going to use it for bills. I am going to decorate it, and then try to attach three of them together to make a tiered mail holder.

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I keep a large manila folder with file folders in it labeled such as home insurance policy, auto insurance, etc. I only check my mail as I'm driving out of my driveway on the way to work.

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January 21, 2005

I purchased 8 stackable plastic mailbox slots and labeled each one with a family members name. All schoolwork, mail, etc, that is for other people goes in their slot.

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