5 Invaluable Lessons I’ve Learned From Decluttering My Content
I had just finished my last 4th-grade essay, and I couldn’t wait to show my teacher.
“I’m finally done, Mrs. Anderson.”
“Oh, great job,” she said as she grabbed the 2-gigabyte flash drive from my hand.
“Let’s review it one last time.”
Everything was going smoothly. I could see her cursor gliding across my introductory sentences, never stopping to make changes.
“Perfect,” I thought. “I must’ve done somethin righ…”
The sound of a mouse click interrupted my thoughts.
I returned my focus in time to see Mrs. Anderson’s hand hovering over her ‘Backspace’ key with 60% of my introduction highlighted. And then she f*cking pressed it.