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Reader Story: Reading Paperless Books

There’s an active Facebook group called Embracing a Paper-free Lifestyle (I should contribute there more), and a post by awesome DocumentSnap reader David Whitehead that intrigued me: A consequence of avoiding paper – when I moved to Switzerland I had 3,793 books (I had to have an audit list). Used Kindle for many years and […]

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Reader Story: Family Photo Scanning

I am asked quite a bit about photo scanning, but it is not an area that I have a lot of experience in. Fortunately awesome DocumentSnap reader Melissa Cave from Quotesting, who I met when I was speaking at SimpleREV, agreed to write about her recent photo scanning project. Take it away, Melissa! One of […]

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Reader Story: 25 Bags Of Shredded Paper

One of my favourite things is hearing from you about your going paperless projects. Awesome DocumentSnap reader Jay in Phoenix went above and beyond the call of duty and shared pictures of the aftermath of his. Here’s what he wrote: So I’m trying to scan all of my boxed up papers from WAY back. One […]

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Reader Story: Controlling Data and Designing A Paperless Workflow

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s featured DocumentSnap reader is Maryon Jeane from Shropshire. She can be found on Twitter at @MaryonJeane. What problems were […]

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Reader Story: A Scan A Day Keeps The Doctor At Bay

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, and some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s short reader story is by awesome DocumentSnap reader Jim Sewell from JimSComputing. The other day I took my […]

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Paperless Sewing Patterns – A Reader Story

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s reader story is by Annie Muller. Annie is an avid sewer, crocheter, and knitter. She was awesome enough to […]

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Reader Story: Happy Auditor Means Happy Client Means Happy Bookkeeper

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s featured DocumentSnap reader is Sherri-Lee Mathers. It is a little different than the normal reader stories as it will […]

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Paperless Bills And Record Retention With Hazel

There is nothing I love more than when DocumentSnap readers share their paperless tips and workflows. I especially love it when the tips come from friends-of-the-blog like Michelle Muto. Michelle is an author whose most recent book is Don’t Fear The Reaper, but you might remember her from her previous paperless workflow post.[1] This time, […]

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Reader Story: From Panic To Fun

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s featured DocumentSnap reader is Sue Campbell, and it is an amazing one. Here’s my story about going paperless. Actually, […]

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Reader Story: An Evolving Process

This post is part of the paperless stories feature at DocumentSnap. Some stories are from readers that have successfully gone paperless, some are still going through it. Would you like to share your story too? Today’s featured DocumentSnap reader is Lee Chinshue Coello from Puerto Rico. She can be found at http://becomingunencumbered.com/. What problems were […]

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