A few months ago, I wrote this post about the Restoration Hardware catalogues. The catalogues arrived with a thud on my front porch. They weighed way too much, were barely read and were recycled very quickly.
Fast forward to last week and I saw this great post called Taming the Paper Clutter Beast from Thrifty Decor Chick. In her post, she talks about how she tackles the clutter in her home, including those oh so tempting store catalogues. She specifically mentions the Restoration Hardware catalogues (and others) and she tells us an easy way to stop the catalogues from being delivered.
It’s called Catalog Choice and it allows you to unsubscribe from hundreds of catalogues faster than contacting each store directly.
I get some catalogues delivered and in addition, I usually am guilty of grabbing one each time I go to the store. I do love seeing what Pottery Barn, Crate and Barrel, West Elm, etc have to offer. But I rarely look at them once I get them home. So, today I am going to unsubscribe using Catalog Choice.
Hopefully, I will be able to stop bringing them home from the store.