It was a hard, but insightful month. I hope I can stay aligned.
Yesterday I broke down and bought a paper paper. (Real newspapers are allowed on this Digital Declutter.) I got The Sunday New York Times. It was an irritating and filthy experience. And I’m not even referring to the content. I forgot how newspapers make your hands black, and how you can’t adjust the font or … Continue reading Digital De-clutter Week 3: The Big Takeaway
I’m succumbing to a little bit more “news feed creep” than is probably “legal.” It’s hard to escape. Even when I think I’ve barred all the entrances, I’ll find myself innocently opening a Google Search, and bam, right there below the search bar, sits a tantalizing bit of “Trending News.” And what do I do? … Continue reading Digital Declutter Week 2: News Creep
The good news: Instead of trolling Facebook, I'm reading Homer. The bad news: I'm still sneaking into news feeds.
I'm sitting here suffocating in calendars and planners. It's not a bad way to die, actually. Today is New Years Day and I'm a little hung over from too much champagne last night, but before I went to bed I remembered to delete from my phone: Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. I also deleted The New … Continue reading Digital De-Clutter Day 1