Effective Use of Resources



I came into our family playroom/office the other day to find this blank piece of white paper on the floor. Apparently, one of my girls needed a piece of paper roughly 1/4″ x 1/2″. I’m not going to question why such a small piece of paper was needed, but this clearly shows my kid has high level motor skills combined with a high level of disdain for trees. Don’t worry, this piece will be going into our scrap-paper pile, which contains similarly gently used pieces of paper, in hopes that some day, when a child needs a piece of paper the size of my fingernail, they’ll go there instead of pulling out a fresh ream of printer paper.




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