t all started when I looked for an e-mail I got a month ago. What did I do with it? Between the often ill-named files I’d set up to organize myself, the junking of spam, and the long list still existing in my inbox, I never did find it. Oh, the time I wasted looking. My new, “early” resolution falls back on advice a supervisor once gave me, back in the snail mail days, “Handle every piece of paper only once. Act on it, file it, or trash it right then.” She was, of course, talking about the mailman variety, but it’s sage advice for anything in your life that accumulates. Keep on it or it’ll choke ya.
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