When I look around my office I see stacks of paper. I realize when doing bills, where I usually bog down is at the end and filing bills into individual folders. I don't ever seem to catch up. I'm trying a new approach by purchasing a Fujitsu Scansnap document scanner. It's a little more expensive, but I really like that it scans both sides and does multiple pages in a batch. I'm making sure I have everything on my computer's main hard drive is backed up with Time Machine. I'm scanning everything and keeping the last two years just cause I'm chicken to shred it all. However, I'm outright shredding more than I used to. The difference is that before where a document was being filed, now it's being stuffed into an expanding document file folder thingy, kind of like a neat version of one of those paper stacks that used to sit on my desk. These documents are only to be pulled out as a last resort, otherwise I'm looking at .pdfs. I realized how hard it was for me to give up the paper, especially the paper bills that more or less reminded me something needs to be payed. I've got electronic reminders set up in my online banking. Hopefully this will go well. Any suggestions?