You made it to the final week of Going Paper-less month in the Organize & Refine Your Home Challenge! Way back in Week 1, you learned the basics of going paperless. Moving onto Week 2, you established a paperless workflow. Last week you explored a menu of options for reducing paper in your home office. Which brings us to week 4, where we’ll explore ways to go paperless in the kitchen…
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Have you ever had the frustrating experience of being unable to locate a favorite recipe, because you can’t remember whether it’s in one of your cookbooks, pinned to your Recipes board on Pinterest, or located on a page that’s been ripped out of a magazine and stuck in a folder somewhere?
Centralizing all of your recipes in a searchable online database saves you from this frustration. Not only do recipes become easy to locate, they become easily sharable AND portable (so you can access them anywhere). You’ll also be able to free yourself from another category of paper clutter
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