What to keep?
A poor skill is not throwing away (well, shredding) papers important enough to keep so you're not paying for it later. So, what is important? I mean in regards to electricity bills, insurance bills, bank statements, internet bills, etc. Most of it has gone paperless since the end of 2007 so anything before that...would it be safe to shred? They can't go after us for non-payment if all of it is paid just because we shredded the actual bill, right? I'd hate to shred the electricity bills or information about our insurance policy amounts changing and get bitten in the butt for it but we've also got SO MUCH in our paperwork file that I'd like to get rid of it if possible. Also, does anyone know of a good community for thrifty/poor skills-type of decluttering ideas?