Since you’re reading this blog, I’m sure you want to spend as much time as possible doing work that matters. Doing so is an essential part of the path to working for yourself. It’s difficult to focus, however, when you have digital clutter slowing down your computer, clogging up your email inbox, and generally getting in your way.
To take back your time, you need to do a purge and clear out the excess.
This can seem like an overwhelming task at first, but just as with physical decluttering, the key is to take things slowly and have a plan. Today’s post will show you how to efficiently declutter your digital life, and prevent clutter from piling up in the future.
Let’s get started!
A lot of people divide their time working online between many different tasks. It could be transcribing in the morning, content mills in the afternoon, and writing fake reviews in the evening. But no serious freelancer would consider splitting his time across multiple fields, right?
While I’m still a long way away from being an expert in either of my fields, I’ve done a pretty decent job of achieving a balance between freelancing in two different worlds: web development and writing. It’s not a matter of money either (although more is always welcome!) – just a personal decision to pursue the two fields that fulfill me the most in the only way I know how: right from home.
If you’re curious, please bear with me while I explain how this works in my case, why it may work for you as well, and the reasons why it may not.