It is estimated that each year over 100 billion pieces of junk mail are sent through the U.S. Postal Service. To many of us, it can seem like just a minor annoyance, but junk mail kills over 2.6 million trees each year. It can be really hard to put that into perspective when you receive only a few slips of coupons and fliers in your mail each week. The unfortunate truth is that this method of advertising results in over 1 billion pounds of landfill each year. Instead of adding to the existing problem of overused landfills, the YouTube channel "Tiny House Listings" has posted a video of how you can reuse junk mail at home. The process results in a great way to keep your house warm through the winter and you'll be amazed at the results.