We may not be sending handwritten letters to our friends anymore, but there’s always something still in the mailbox. I wanted to give you three tips on how to create a home mail processing center.
1. Assign a home for incoming mail. Whether it’s the corner of the table in the hallway or a paper tray on your kitchen counter, you need a specific, designated spot for the mail once it comes into your home. Nothing else lives in that spot. Whether you process your mail daily, weekly, or whenever you get around to it, at least you know ALL the mail is right there waiting for you.