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Dorothy Breininger is America’s Most Innovative Professional Organizer She is an organizing expert on A&E Television’s Emmy-nominated weekly TV series, “Hoarders,” and also appears on the Today Show, the Dr. Phil Show, the VIEW, QVC and PBS, in addition to being featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and O Magazine.
Dec 15, 2016
Feeling like your smart phone or tablet is bogged down with information and social media is pulling you in too many different directions? Then it is time to reduce the digital clutter. Our electronic devices have limited memory, so it is important to keep them trim and efficient. Let’s look at eight ideas for digital clutter reduction—then we’ll devise a plan for keeping our devices healthy.
Digital Decluttering Ideas
Plan of ActionMake an appointment with yourself. It can be anywhere from 15 minutes to an entire day. Just be clear to set aside time for decluttering and optimizing your device. Some people are sprinters (you like short spurts of activity around projects) and others are marathoners (you like the project done in one long session). Either way works, as long as you make a plan and stick to it. We all know that organizing the playroom or closet once does not keep it organized. The same holds true for your electronic device. If you want to keep your Android or iPhone organized and functioning with high efficiency, check your calendar and set another appointment for no longer than 1 month down the road.
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