I have a big dilemma, in one of my communications courses our professor requires that we read the Wall Street Journal everyday. He made sure that we signed up for a subscription so we would get the fully covered stories, not just the short online version. So now we get the paper delivered every morning! I have totally learned to love this and I think Jordan also loves getting the newspaper too. The only real problem is I don't know what to do with all my leftover papers! I have been forcing myself to throw them away each time I clean my house. It's tiny and we have no room for clutter. Each time I let one pile of news-filled stories fall into the trash I feel this tremendous guilt. Not only because we live here in Rexburg and there is no recycling service (that I am aware of), but also because these stories are so well written and depict what is truly going on in the world outside our newlywed bubble. So what can I do with my old newspapers? I immediately thought of crafting them into something cool, but as I searched online I didn't find anything that looked worthy enough to try and tackle. Has anyone done anything cool with newspaper lately? What have you seen other people do? Post a comment with a link or just describe to me what you've done and please let me know asap so I can stop wasting my paper!
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