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Receipts – sometimes you have to hang on to them, but they sure do make a mess. Piling up on your desk, at the bottom of your purse, on the kitchen counter. Giving you something else to sort through and keep track of. Giving you more clutter to conquer.
If you’re fighting the same battle in your home, I’m happy to report that I finally found a solution. And it’s a simple one.
Last week, we got a new debit card in the mail as a result of the Target hack, and while I’m glad our bank took the issue seriously, I kind of groaned when it came because I knew we’d have to move all the bills that we have on auto-pay over to the new card. #nofun