Save money by recycling as much of the packaging as possible
from the items sent to you in the mail. Styrofoam peanuts can be put in planters
to frugally elevate the soil level. Larger pieces of Styrofoam can be cut
to size and put in packages you send to other people.
Bags of air can also
be reused to cushion your packages. Boxes can be broken down and stored
for reuse. Small packets of silica gel can be used in containers where you
want to hold down rust, such as in tool boxes. Anything reused is thrift
some more frugal tips to save money recycling
- The paper around packages can
be recycled for craft projects.
- If your package comes wrapped
in string, recycle the string.
- If you received a package with
stamps, think about keeping them. Stamp collecting is a very popular
hobby. They don't take up much room, and you may be glad you have them