Happy Tuesday! Here’s a quick technology tip...try Google Keep!
This app is your new best friend. One place to “keep” 😉all that info that’s in your head Happy Tuesday! I think of it as post-it notes on your phone. I love the visibility of everything together, and that you can color-code your notes! 📝 This is available on iOS, Android and the web. Let me know in the comments if you use Google Keep and what is your favorite thing about it!
I do this one regularly, but realized I’ve never shared it. After you are done taking notes in your paper notebook, save them into Evernote! Now they can be searched later. You don’t have to choose one or the other...paper or electronic. You can have the benefits of both!! 👍😊
Day 23 is here in the July Clutter Independence Challenge! I do not have a bag to share with you today. Today is all about decluttering your computer files, email inbox, and paperwork. Pick one, or work on all 3 areas if you are feeling motivated. Clearing out my email inbox is especially satisfying! If you would like help with your paperwork, ask me about my paper organizing workshops!
Now that we've talked about clearing clutter from our schedules, let's move on to the clutter on our computers. Our computers can be extremely valuable tools in our lives, but they can also become inadvertently overloaded with information. It is far too easy to over-stuff a computer, because the clutter can be easily hidden from view.
However, clutter can make your computer run slower, make it more difficult to find what you need, and make life more challenging. Try these few steps to reduce computer clutter.