It’s time for the next step in the paper clutter challenge. If you missed step 1 and the introduction, read about the paper clutter challenge here.
I also want to encourage you to celebrate your accomplishments, so once you’ve finished a step, come to the Facebook group and let us know how it went. Or take a photo and post on Instagram with hashtag #paperchallenge.
Today's task is to organize all your coupons and store loyalty cards. I've noticed that coupons contribute to a lot of the paper clutter that ends up scattered around my house. I'm not an avid couponer who saves every coupon, but I do like to save coupons for stores or restaurants that I might use. I also think it's very important to store the coupons where I'll actually use them – in my purse. It's super frustrating to get to the checkout at a clothing store and remember that I got a 20% off coupon, but it's sitting on my desk at home! That's why I came up with this system for organizing my coupons.
You can use this method or another that your prefer, but just get those coupons organized today.
Is an overflowing to-do list an all too familiar companion? Is the phrase “so much to do, so little time” the mantra of your current season of life? I’ve been there, friend. When there’s task upon task demanding your time it become vital to learn how to prioritize. You CAN turn that mountain into a molehill, and I’ll show you can easy way to do that with my Sticky Note Productivity method!