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These days we spend so much time online, don't we? So it's of course only natural that just like when we spend a lot of time in our homes and then occasionally need to have a big declutter, that that would be the case for our digital space too.

Our productivity levels increase when we work at a desk which is kept clear, tidy and minimal. It helps us to focus and I believe that this exact same thing applies to the digital space we work with too, which is why I am digitally decluttering (and feeling so much better for doing so!). Below I thought I would share some of the ways that I am keeping my online/digital space as clear as possible to help me stay focused, help me to be more productive and stop me from being drawn in by unhelpful noise.

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