Five tips to declutter and clean up your digital desktop.
Clean out your inbox - you know you are a digital hoarder when you have 1,214 unread emails. Set time aside each day, and tackle your inbox. It might be once every hour, or at the start of your day.
Get rid of duplicate files - not only is digital clutter stressful, it also takes up unnecessary storage. Delete your duplicate files - you will feel so much better for it.
Have a system - if you haven't already, set up a filing system and rename any folders called 'New Folder'. This will save you from having to use the Search option every time you are looking for a document.
Remove icons - it's the same concept as a tidy desk at work. Remove all icons you don't need from your desktop, and delete any that you don't use.
Get rid of programmes you don't use - do you still have that fitness app on your phone that you downloaded a year ago, but have never used? DELETE! Once you have decluttered, try organising them into folders (social media, creative, fitness)