Tips On Getting Organized (And Staying That Way) Newsletter
Hi! I’m Taylor, and this website I’ve created is designed to help you put the pieces of the puzzle together as it relates to your home, so you can find a place for everything in it that matters, and is important to you.
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How To Organize Computer Files On Your Home Computer
Here is how to organize computer files on your home computer in an easy to set up and use system that allows you to find the documents, photos and other files you wish to locate quickly and easily as needed.
As always, the first step in the process is to declutter, because there’s never any use in organizing something you no longer need.
You can declutter (or since this is digital, in this case that means delete) duplicate files, old draft versions of documents that have a superseding version of the document, or things you don’t want to read anymore, such as ebooks or PDFs you received but no longer find relevant or interesting.
List Of Folders To Create
Here are tips for organizing email by using folders, plus a list of folders to create for your personal email inbox.This week, as part of the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge, we’re focused on organizing email and other digital information in your home (You can click the link to read the overview of this week’s challenge).
Today, we’re focused on organizing your personal email, so that it isn’t just a mass of emails in your inbox that is overwhelming, but instead becomes a place where you can store and reference information as needed, just like you would in a home filing system.
The reason this is important is because, now with so many things becoming digital instead of on actual paper, you really have several filing systems in your home, whether or not you actually thought of them that way before or not.