I moved to London 6 months ago, leaving a lot behind. A lot of my clothes, books, tools. The only thing I truly miss is my cat.You learn that you don't need a lot to be happy. You don't need two pairs of fins and 3 googles to be able to swim. You don't need all those boxes with small things you gathered all these years. You don't need all the books. You don't need all your clothes. You don't need that tshirt you bought years ago but never managed to give it away just because.
There comes a time when you need to stop doing the things you do. Especially when those things are nothing but noise. Especially when there's too much useless information coming at you from all directions. Our brains are not equipped for all this busy modern life we're living.
Stop, take a break and declutter.
You don't use it? You don't need it.
Kept my games and books on the iPad that always stays offline. Offline time is always good time.
Mail was next so I unsubscribed from all the useless newsletters feeding me information I didn't use or need.
Maybe marketing should forget about newsletters and think about something new. They didn't make me buy anything or love the brand.
When it came to facebook, I had