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The wonderful world of bills. We all have them and they must be paid. All of those stacks of paper can add up quickly when the mortgage bill is coming, home owners insurance, the car note, car insurance, electricity, credit card statement, and more. All of that paper can be overwhelming but not if we keep things organized. Let's explore effective ways to organize our household expenses to make this process a breeze.
Go Paperless: One way to get rid of the paper is to literally, get rid of the paper. Many companies now have paperless billing that you can opt into. Once you opt into this your bills or statement will come to you via email as opposed to snail mail. This not only cuts back on paper but you can create separate folders in your email if you'd like to store the bills. This can definitely keep you organized.
Make It Pretty: When things appeal to us we take better care of it. Create a color coded filing system. Pick a few of your favorite colors and stay organized that way. You can have the electricity bills in a purple folder, the car insurance bills in a blue folder, and so forth. Make it as pretty as you'd like and place the bills in their perspective folders as they come in to keep things nice, neat, and easy.
Let It Hang: Piles of paper looks messy. A great way to avoid this mess is to have hanging racks or magazine racks. This can keep papers out of the way and it will keep it from looking like an unsightly mess. It can also be a way to create cute décor in your home. Hanging racks and shelves come in all sorts or materials and colors. From wood, aluminum, to pink or teal plastics. Use the one that works for you.An organized home is an organized mind. Keep those papers in order by using these methods.