Even in today’s digital world, going paperless is no mean feat, but then why would you want to? Sure, there’s some security in knowing that something’s written (or printed) in black and white, but can you find it when you need to refer to it years from now. What about all the space it takes up in your home and office? And what do you do should your kids/pets/pests decide to convert your paperwork into artwork/confetti/bedding? Hope you’ve made a copy and stored that somewhere else.
There’s plenty which can be done to get rid of some of the paper load and having a decent place to store digital versions of these bits of paper is essential to the cause, but it’s a quite a big ask. In this post, I explain why Evernote is my platform of choice for my paperless journey.