It's embarrassing that I still get junk mail, it really is. I even get the weekly grocery circular, even though I recycle it without even looking at it. And I get an astonishing array of catalogs. Thankfully, I don't get credit card offers. I stopped those some years back, as those are an identity theft issue. (And with my hispanic surname, I am at greater risk of identity theft. My husband actually suffered a bout of identity theft about a decade ago.) In my defense, I have moved 4 times in the last 4 years, and each time I move, a new round of junk mail finds me. So this time, I'm going to record how I get rid of my junk mail for the benefit of my future self as well as for the benefit of my readers.
If you get junk mail, I hope you'll join me in this journey.
The complete Goodbye, Junk Mail Series:
Step 1: Save Your Junk