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You know you’re in the right job when you enjoy cleaning up your files on your days off. I know, I know it sounds like work but I find it relaxing actually. I mean I spent an entire Saturday organizing all of our paper files. Voluntarily. So I figured I’d write a post sharing the details about how I clean up my files. In the post I’m gonna cover the 8 places I do my virtual clean up and what kind I do for each of them. If you’ve been trying to figure out how to clear stuff like your downloads folder and desktop get ready to get organized!
Before I can start planning for a new year, I knew I needed to take a look back at the previous year and see what worked and what didn’t work. After reviewing 2018, I started planning out 2019. I’ve got a short and sweet list of where I’m preparing and planning to help me get 2019 to be the best year yet.
I love seeing inbox zero or almost inbox zero, it brings just that much more peace of mind to me at the end of the day. And honestly, it’s actually not as hard as it seems. If your inbox is currently overflowing (I’m talking to you over there with the 365+ unread emails) I’ll be honest, it will take a little bit of time to clean everything up, but not as much as you’d actually think if you follow some of the tips below.
It can sometimes be controversial, the whole inbox zero concept. When it’s done not in a stressful or obsessive way, it can be really good. I’m a huge inbox zero (or almost zero) fan and love the peace of mind and the amount of stress it reduces seeing how little there is in my inbox.