I worked for four years as "the I.T. guy" at a local non-profit, which means that I saw lots of different computer desktops.
Call me crazy, but I found it really interesting.
There were two things I noticed when working on computers:
- People would almost always have a random array of files and folders on their desktop.
- People would almost always say something along the lines of "please don't judge my messy desktop."
So, while people usually didn't have an organized desktop, they realized that they probably should.
The good news is that it's not that hard! Here's how:
This blog post is part of a new series we’re doing on Food Blogger Pro called Keep it Neat. The series will cover simple tips to help you keep your blogging life neat and tidy.
Easier said than done, eh?
Today I’m sharing a tip for keeping your Gmail inbox neat.
My personal goal is to "do email" once a day. When I login to my email account I try and work all the way through my inbox until it’s completely empty.
This process works great until I find an email that I can’t respond to. Maybe I don’t have the information I need, maybe I don’t have enough time, or maybe it would make more sent to respond to someone a little bit later on in the week.
Regardless of the reason, an email that’s left in the inbox results in a disappointing scenario: an almost empty inbox. I’m not sure about you, but I hate that feeling.