|My reaction when I saw how many notes are in it.|
|Seriously this is embarrassing.|
Much of this was for recurring things, or stuff I knew I'd never need again.
|All Freaking Done!|
That's only 11% of the files I originally had!
Granted, things like my tax forms that I had the PDFs saved of, and my paystubs by company are all combined into their own cozy note, but in all seriousness, it makes sense. If I get audited next year, I can just pull up the tax returns note and pull them up without having to go into several different notes!
In fact, here's a picture showing the inside of the note!
|My tablet sometimes doesn't work when I unplug it and then plug it back in(until the computer is rebooted)|
It's so beautiful! I love it! :D
Now to ensure ALL my notes look like this- soon as the semester is over, I'm tackling my college notebook.
Then my photos photo- dear gawd! xD
Now why delete all those notes, you ask? Why not just put them in reference, you ask? It's simple, really. Stuff weighs you down. The more junk you have, clutter, really, the more you're owned by your "stuff". And I feel digital clutter is the same way! Now I can search for something actually important, and things that are pending for shipments, I just stick in the "hold" folder in my email. It makes it that much more efficient when dealing with tech support or the company if a problem arises(because it's still there). Once it arrives, I archive it(receipts). Pretty much everything else gets trashed now.
I think it also might help to shrink the size of the cache in the Springpad Android app, but don't quote me on that one, I don't know for sure. I do know I was getting a lot of clutter to scroll past when searching for a note!
Are there any "data turds" stinking up a corner of your digital office?