Using technology to organize your life
– Charles A. Goodrich
“Your home is a garbage processing center where new things are purchased and slowly demoted through various stages of trashification until you’re done.”
– Jerry Seinfeld
Organization. I don’t know about you, but every time I hear that word in the context of getting organized, I get a small knot in my gut because I know that I lean more towards Seinfeld’s ideal and further from Goodrich’s.
Organization in my life can best be described as various stacks of paper that are grouped by season. I can literally step back into time and view myself as Winter 2006 or Fall 1997.
I’ve taken some small steps toward getting my life organized and clearing out the clutter. It should come as no surprise (since I’m talking about it here) that technology is doing a lot of the heavy lifting –figuratively and literally.
One of the biggest problems I face is the influx of snail-mail. I’m sure I’m not alone in this regard – you know how it is, let the mail pile up for a couple of days and before you know it,
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