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Last week I announced the launch of my newest (and totally free!) eBook. Introducing The Digital Declutter: A 7 Day Guide to Clearing Your Digital Clutter. I’m so pleased to finally release this product and share it with you all now!
As a digital nomad, minimalism is just as important for my digital life as it is for my physical possessions.
Having minimal items isn’t enough: we all need a life designed for maximum efficiency and minimum hassle.
This mindset needn’t just apply to remote workers, either. Anyone who works from a computer (so, most of us!), could do with a serious reduction in the number distractions and clutter present online.
No one wants the burden of too many material possessions, and no one wants a simple digital task taking double the time because of a cluttered laptop!
To go straight to the guide, click this link to download your FREE 7 day Digital Declutter!
Why do a Digital Declutter?
Before I started travelling, I gave my desktop a total overhaul. Step by step, I tackled my emails, folders, files, desktop and more. In the end, I had a super minimal laptop that allows me to easily access whatever I need, and provides zero distractions.
Seriously, having a less cluttered desktop makes life so much easier.
“Clutter Causes Stress, and Stress is One of the Main Barriers of Productivity.
I know exactly where everything is, have automated half the things I need to do via email, and can get things done so much quicker.
So, I want to share how I did it with you all.
I’ve designed the Digital Declutter Guide to be a 7 day process, tackling a different element of your desktop on each day.
By the end, you’ll be left with a far more minimal digital space to boost your productivity and reduce distractions. Promise.
To get your free guide, fill out the form below and you’ll recieve an email directly to your inbox (make sure to check your spam just in case it sneakily slips in there!)
Hope you all love it – please do drop me an email with any feedback or comments on your experience with the week long process!
Embracing minimalism all aspects of my life has seriously changed my persepective on so many things.
Take a look at these related posts if you’re interested in learning about decluttering other aspects of your life, :
Creating a Minimalist Mindset: 7 Routines to Clear Your Mental Clutter
10 Ways to Start Your Journey Towards Minimalism
Our Quest for Minimalism: How, What & Why
Declutter Your Life! A Guide to Being Minimal
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Mrs. Picky Pincher says
Great idea! We’re so busy these days that it’s hard to take time and keep only the things that help us, not the things that are weighing us down.
Tim Kim @ Tub of Cash says
Nice! I can see a whole lot of people needing this, because the vast majority of people are super disorganized. Myself included! And I’m one of the more OCD ones out there!
The Wallet Moth says
Thank you! I really hope it does – my life has gotten so much easier since taking the time to sort out my digital space, so hope it helps others too.
John Marc Ramirez says
It is true that we have to declutter some things so that we could be more productive. 🙂 I appreciate the free digital declutter guide. Thank you so much for sharing it. 🙂
The Wallet Moth says
Thanks for stopping by John, and you’re so welcome – hope you find it useful!