I'm one who will give something away or throw it out (depending on what it is) if it's taking up and wasting space. If it's useful (and sometimes even if it's not) hubby likes to keep things, even if we're not using them. For our newspaper subscriptions, that means we've got stacks of papers piled up and taking up our space. To help fix the problem, we didn't renew our WSJ subscription, and we're letting the Barron's run out. In the meantime, we've got this to deal with:
|It's going to take awhile to get through those stacks!|
It's going to be awhile before we get through those stacks! But I know hubby doesn't want them tossed, so we'll get through them. The news will just be months-old by the time we get to the bottom of the stack. What a big change though, for both hubby and I. We've both loved reading a hard copy newspaper for as far back as I can remember. I am very surprised I prefer the online version. It is faster though, and it doesn't make a mess. ;)
How about you? Do you prefer the hard copy newspaper, or do you like the simplicity of the online news instead?