Get sent bills? If you are discipline enough to pay your bills online every month, consider getting electronic bills instead. And why?
- You save on paper and do your part on conservation, making Earth a better place
- You no longer to open envelopes which takes up time and your bills often comes with additional advertisements that is thicker than the bill itself
- You never have to feel compelled to file them because electronic bills are archived online already
So just get rid of paper bills altogether. It makes you more free since you have lesser to do. You can dedicate your time on the littles things you plan to do but didn’t, such as in my case getting a wardrobe. Doing little things an hour a day will get you closer to what you envision.
The bonus is having to deal with lesser physical items. If you still get paper bills, consider throwing away the less important ones after you paid the bill. As much as possible, file as little as possible. This reduces unnecessary worries.
What? 14,528! That’s a hell lot of text messages. That’s around 480 text messages!
Girl, 13, sends 14,528 texts in a month
SILVERADO CANYON, Calif., Jan. 11 (UPI) — A California father says he discovered his 13-year-old daughter sent 484 text messages per day last month — one message every 2 minutes of every waking hour.
Greg Hardesty of Silverado Canyon, Calif., told the New York Post his 440-page cell phone bill revealed his daughter Reina had sent an astonishing 14,528 text messages.
“First, I laughed. I thought, ‘That’s insane, that’s impossible,'” said Hardesty, 45, a reporter for The Orange County Register. “And I immediately whipped out the calculator to see if it was humanly possible.”
Hardesty said Reina had messaged a core of “four obsessive texters,” all girls between the ages of 12 and 13. Luckily, he was on an unlimited text messaging plan or his bill would have been $2,905 at a rate of 20 cents per message, the Post reported. (Source: UPI)
That’s quite an achievement.