Do you have bookmarked pages on your computer or smartphone browser that you no longer need to refer to?
When I’m working on a project, planning a class, or even comparing recipes, my initial action is to do some online research. I end up bookmarking a lot of pages that I return to later (usually). Every so often, I go through the bookmarked pages to see what I’m still interested in and what I can delete.
Deleting unwanted bookmarked pages, or moving those that you’re keeping into file folders, can help you find the reference material you’re looking for when you want it. For tips and how-to's, check out this article.
This is a great way to make time in a waiting room productive.
Susan Caplan McCarthy
I help people focus on what's important to them by guiding them through clearing clutter and distractions from their lives. I teach decluttering and organizing skills through articles; books; courses; speaking engagements; as well as virtual coaching sessions.