Ah, e-mail. I still remember the excitement around discovering e-mail in college (and printing out e-mails on the dot matrix printer...what?!). E-mail is so convenient in many ways and yet so overwhelming in others (these two things are most certainly related). In Episode 12 of Edit Your Life, Asha and I share 10 tips to get a handle on your inbox, become more efficient at managing your e-mail, and free yourself of digital and emotional clutter.
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If you're not seeing the Soundcloud player, you can listen to Episode 12 directly on Soundcloud.
And here are links to things/people/resources we mentioned during the podcast:
- Minimalist Parenting
- Nicole Feliciano of MomTrends
- Elisa Camahort Page of BlogHer
- Minimizing e-mail: the 3-touch rule (via Boston Mamas)
- Edit Your Life Episode 1: Conquering Procrastination
- J. Crew
- Meagan Francis (our beloved robot friend) of The Happiest Home
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