There are plenty of better ways! All you're doing right now is wasting paper and expensive ink. You could bookmark the sites, but that becomes a pain if you suddenly lose Internet access. Instead, you can use the "Print to PDF" function in your print menu. This saves the original web page into an online document you can read whenever. You can use apps like Pocket and Instapaper to save text-only versions of the site, too. Evernote and Springpad can do this, as well.
The digital world is saturated with texts and instant messages. Social networks and emails make it simple to keep up with others. It's easy to dismiss the old-fashioned letter.
Well, the letter still has its place. There's something special about receiving a physical message.
Lettrs is a fun site that puts a new twist on writing letters. You can write a letter and have a physical copy sent directly to its recipient.
There's also an option for an "open letter." You attach this to your virtual fridge for everyone to see. Use the kitchen table tool to see the letters you have received. The shoebox tool lets you hang on to and save letters for later.