The Smart Way to Deal with Junk Mail

Jun 7 18:23 2009 Sara Smile Print This Article

How do you deal with your junk mail?  Find out how to use your junk mail to help Mother Nature.

Since everyone gets junk mail you have to come up with more inventive ways to deal with it. Sometimes getting those creative juices going can be difficult. So here are some way to deal with your junk mail without throwing them in the trash and filling up our landfills.

Since the only way to get rid of junk mail is to let your credit rating fall below 400 coming up with new ways to handle junk mail can be tricky.

I have heard of several very inventive ways to use junk mail. Some of them I would never do but that’s up to you. One of the funniest ways I’ve heard is filling a small box with bricks,Guest Posting broken dishes, and other material and tape the paid return envelope to the box and send it back to the company.  I wonder what the company did with it?

I’ve also heard of people putting unspeakable things in the return envelope and sending it back. Or you can be nice and just write “return to sender” on the front of the envelope and see how they like getting junk mail.

Another way is to tear up the original letter and put in the return envelope and send it back. How do they like getting junk mail?  Another suggestion was to put another company’s letter in the return envelope and send it back. There are many ways you can use junk mail especial if they send you a paid return envelope. One of the best ways is to use your junk mail is in your garden.

Whether you have a garden on your balcony or backyard you can improve the health of your garden by using your junk mail.  By using junk mail in your garden you can save water, fertilizer and help save the world. That’s pretty good for a free resource, huh?

Most manufactures of ink use a combination of vegetable oils and the paper, of course, is made from trees or recycled paper (still trees) and both are 100% organic. Just let Mother Nature biodegrade them and help your garden at the same time. What could be easier?

Since everyone gets junk mail you have to come up with more inventive ways to deal with it. Sometimes getting those creative juices going can be difficult. So here are some way to deal with your junk mail without throwing them in the trash and filling up our landfills.

Since the only way to get rid of junk mail is to let your credit rating fall below 400 coming up with new ways to handle junk mail can be tricky.

I have heard of several very inventive ways to use junk mail. Some of them I would never do but that’s up to you. One of the funniest ways I’ve heard is filling a small box with bricks, broken dishes, and other material and tape the paid return envelope to the box and send it back to the company.  I wonder what the company did with it?

I’ve also heard of people putting unspeakable things in the return envelope and sending it back. Or you can be nice and just write “return to sender” on the front of the envelope and see how they like getting junk mail.

Another way is to tear up the original letter and put in the return envelope and send it back. How do they like getting junk mail?  Another suggestion was to put another company’s letter in the return envelope and send it back. There are many ways you can use junk mail especial if they send you a paid return envelope. One of the best ways is to use your junk mail is in your garden.

Whether you have a garden on your balcony or backyard you can improve the health of your garden by using your junk mail.  By using junk mail in your garden you can save water, fertilizer and help save the world. That’s pretty good for a free resource, huh?

Most manufactures of ink use a combination of vegetable oils and the paper, of course, is made from trees or recycled paper (still trees) and both are 100% organic. Just let Mother Nature biodegrade them and help your garden at the same time. What could be easier?

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Sara Smile
Sara Smile

There are many materials you use everyday that you can use in your garden. To learn more on how to use junk mail and other materials in your garden visit Garden Flower Seedsand see how to recycle without recycling -- all the while saving the world! Come by Garden Flower Seeds and see how!

 

 

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