Every couple of days, I journey to my mailbox—inconveniently located on the opposite side of the apartment complex—and empty my junk mail straight into the recycling bin. I do pretty much everything online and only receive “snail mail” once a month or so.
Earth911 recently came up with a list of 8 ways to reduce your junk mail. I haven’t tried any of these methods yet, but I’m curious to see what works.
- Choose your catalogs
- Cut down on credit card offers
- Ditch the direct mail
- Put your phone book on hold
- Charity, not clutter
- Return to sender
- Hire others to reduce your junk mail for you
- Proceed with caution (when giving out your mailing address)
Not all of these tips apply to me, but even a few could seriously reduce my junk mail!
Have you tried any of these tips? Which ones do you recommend?
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