1. Paper trash
Usually, we can’t be bothered to look through various receipts and notebooks to determine whether or not we still need them. It’s easier to dump these pieces of paper on a shelf than to decide which ones are worth getting rid of. Examples of such paperwork include: Old bills and receipts, Gadget manuals and warranties, Advertising flyers and booklets, Old postcards and magazines, Useless documents and certificates
Don’t let useless documents and more pile up at home — get rid of them right away! Keep in mind that manuals and certificates are available in electronic form. As for the papers that might still be useful, they’ll all fit in a single table drawer. Check this drawer regularly to see whether the contents are still relevant. Additionally, make it a rule to look through your bags and wallet every evening, removing unwanted receipts, shopping lists, and flyers!