Keeping in Touch With Loved Ones
Get stationery suggestions, photo organizing tips, reunion advice, and more ideas for staying connected to friends and family.
Whether by phone, mail, or in person, readers reach out to those they love.
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You've got (too much) mail. Tackle those persistent piles of paper with these mailbox-managing strategies.
- Create an in-box. Designate something as a mail in-box, such as a pretty basket or tray. It can be anything that will hold about a week’s worth of mail, but no more than that.
- Set up a recycling bin. Place a recycling bin or trash can near the in-box, so you’ll have a place to throw all the junk mail that you don’t intend to open.
- Buy a shredder. Consider a paper shredder to dispose of documents with personal information and account numbers. This will help reduce the
risk of identity theft.
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