Paperless paperless paperless. We’re fully committed to going paperless, and we won’t stop until every last scrap of paper is gone from our life. Why? Because it’s just so darn easy! In this blog post, we’ll share some of the things you can do to lead a paperless life. Get ready for an exciting journey into the future!
-First, what does paperless really mean? It’s just another word for digital! So paperless doesn’t have to be limited to paper; it can include things like books as well. We’re going paperless and we want everyone in the world to do so too. Take a step into the future with us and let go of paper.
-Second, paperless is environmentally friendly and sustainable! Paper can take hundreds of years to break down in landfills and doesn’t biodegrade like paperless options do (i.e., electronic documents). You never know what the future holds so it’s always a good idea to think about sustainability now before we’re all living on Mars or something.
-Third, paperless means better organization because digital files are organized electronically rather than physically strewn across your desk. And with cloud storage you have access to your data anywhere from any device which makes life easier if you’re constantly switching between devices at work or home.
-Fourth, paperless saves time from having to file paper documents away every day for months and years on end. Scanning paper and filing it does take time but with paperless systems you can do this in a fraction of the amount of time it would take to file paper, plus digital documents are never lost or misplaced!
-Fifth, paperless is easier for archiving because electronic records don’t fade over time like paper ones so they’re just as easy (if not more) to access hundreds of years from now when we’ve all died off.
-“Sixth,” paperless could save your life if disaster strikes at home–you’ll have those important files stored safely away rather than being hit by floods or fires which destroy everything physical around them. Plus there’s no better solution for storing any type of data than digital–it’s safe, reliable and quick.
-Seventh, paperless is better for the environment! One paper item takes about 17 gallons of water to make it from start to finish. That means an average person uses about 15 pounds of paper a day–that’s about 37 million trees every year that are cut down just so we can print our documents on them. Paperless makes more sense in this case since there will be way less waste which is good news for all lifeforms living up here on Earth with us today.
-Eighth, paperless offers tax benefits if you use digital methods instead of paper ones (i.e., invoices). Tax deductions mean big savings when filing your taxes each year and these paperless paperless paperless benefits come with a ton of other perks too.
-Ninth, paperless is more secure than paper! With digital documents you can protect them by encrypting and storing your information in the cloud or on an external device which means it’s safe from prying eyes–even if they get into your home. Paper document protection isn’t as foolproof but there are ways to make these methods more effective (e.g., shredding).
-“Tenth,” paperless has all kinds of new technology that makes life easier such as scanners and printers that will help you go paperless today! Plus when you adopt this lifestyle change, it’ll be easy for others around us to follow suit since going paperless is more convenient.
Digitizing paper documents and files has never been easier than now!
“I’m ready to lead a paperless life!”
Now what are you waiting for? Go paperless today with us and we’ll be able to see the benefits of going paperless together as soon as tomorrow. Let’s all think about our future, sustainability, convenience–paper or not paper? The choice is yours but we can’t wait to hear from you on this matter!