Junk mail is a problem in our house. I’m not sure where they’re all coming from but my hubby and I call our mailbox the junk box. Most days, they are no important mail in the pile, just junk – credit card offers, store promotions, catalogs, etc.
I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemy, but if you are experiencing this issue, here is a list of what you can do with your junk mail:
Try writing “Return to Sender” in bold on the mail envelope and return it to the post office.
Drop off your junk mail at a U.S. Postal Service recycling station – the recycling bins can be found at the customer lobbies of post office locations.
Use it as packing material – this is a great idea for entrepreneurs who ship products to their customers. However, please inform your customers that you run a green business to avoid a reaction to recycled packaging.
Contact specific businesses and organization and ask to be removed from their mailing list.
Participate in your neighborhood Home Owner Organization (HOA) recycling efforts. My HOA organizes a recycling day in our community. You can also organize such events with your local office stores, such as Staples or Office Depot.
As told to Men’s Journal when asked what advice he’d give himself when he was younger: “There’s no time I would go back and say, ‘Do this differently.’ Experiencing mistakes has been devalued in our culture. They want people to make the right decisions at all times. Well, there’s a saying in research science: If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not on the frontier of discovery. I’m the sum of the correct decisions I’ve made and the incorrect decisions I’ve made. Each one of those shapes the wisdom that I carry today.”
Hey everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year!
I️ enjoyed Christmas very much with my family. It’s always a great time to spend with loved ones. However, Christmas (2017) is behind us and I’m ready to put my tree away. You wonder, why so quickly? Well, I’m ready to redecorate and put something else in the space the tree is currently occupying.
Happy New Year, everyone! Hooray!!!, it’s my first post of 2018 and I have a confession to make. Lately I’ve been obsessed with everything denim. I own a couple denim shirts right now and I just ordered two more. In fact as I write this post, I have the package of shirts waiting to picked up at the store. Plus, I have my eyes on a few more from another online store. Obsessive, right? I know, I know. That’s why I’ve been researching ways to style these shirts and share them with you all because sharing is caring…😊.
Have you ever heard a preacher say, “I’m preaching what I need?” If you watch or listen to Joyce Meyer, I’m sure you’ve heard her say the phrase, “I’m preaching to you and also myself.” So guess what, I’m preaching to you and myself in this post.
I’ve been thinking about my goals lately and thought about why I’ve not been able to work towards them full force. For this reason, I considered the thought, “what’s keeping me, what’s keeping us, from accomplishing our goals. I ended up stumbling upon Les Brown’s Find Yourself motivational speech. Here are the reasons he listed:
 Fear of failure
 Fear of success
 Being comfortable
 Not feeling worthy
 Blaming other/complaining
Can you relate to any particular reason on this list?