“The KonMari Method™ encourages tidying by category – not by location – beginning with clothes, then moving on to books, papers, komono (miscellaneous items), and, finally, sentimental items. Keep only those things that speak to the heart, and discard items that no longer spark joy. Thank them for their service – then let them go.” https://konmari.com/pages/aboutThere are many benefits to a tidy and organized space for living and working, and it can be very liberating to let go of things that don’t spark joy. We all have things that we have acquired in one way or another and we hold onto out of obligation or mindlessness, but that we don’t really need or want. This spring we encourage you to de-clutter your cyber life. Unlimited storage and the fact that digital clutter is not really visible can lead many of us to allow our digital files to accumulate. That can pose a risk when financial or health-related files are left unsecured. This checklist can guide you in protecting your sensitive information and de-cluttering your cyber life. We aren’t the first to think of cyber-clutter in the context of the KonMari Method™. Read this article for a step-by-step guide to de-cluttering your digital life.
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