Discover how to declutter your digital life and stop feeling overwhelmed by your online activities.
Don't like how your digital devices have become a disorganized mess? Tired of wasting hours on social media sites like Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, or Twitter? Or do you simply want to live a more simplified life?
All these challenges are covered in the book 10-Minute Digital Declutter: The Simple Habit to Eliminate Technology Overload.
Best-selling authors S. J. Scott and Barrie Davenport will show you how to systematically manage all the emails, media, documents, photos, videos, and apps that consume your daily life.
This book is written for the person who is starting to recognize the danger of digital noise but doesn't know how to live in this modern world without feeling overwhelmed. It's also for those who need a system for the information they do want. Not only will you get back more time, you'll also discover core strategies for maximizing the time you spend in the digital world.
If you have a desire to live an organized, simplified digital life - and to reclaim some of the time you spend with digital devices - then try 10-Minute Digital Declutter today.
This book will be a good fit if you:
The bottom line?
If you have a desire to live an organized, simplified digital life - and to reclaim some of the time you spend with digital devices - then you should check out 10-Minute Digital Declutter.
©2014, 2015 S.J. Scott (P)2015 S.J. Scott
Honestly, I am surprised that the average rating for this audiobook isn't higher, because this was a well-written and extremely helpful audiobook!
If you are a fundamentally organized person- and/or a logical thinker- this audiobook will provide you with many great strategies for managing your digital devices (e.g. smartphones, laptops, tablets and computers).
This is a great audiobook-highly recommended!
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
"Great simple process to declutter"
A very worthwhile listen . Good ideas . My only criticism is that the beginning spent a bit too much time on the problems of the digital addiction
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