I have been looking forward to this week in particular. Although I have done an initial declutter and organization of my digital life a few months ago, I know that it’s a good time to sort through everything again.
If you’re stopping by here for the first time, make sure you go back and check out the other posts from this month’s challenge.
Also be sure to catch up on Erin’s posts from the month so far:
If you want to review all the challenges from the 30-Day Mental Cleanse Challenge, check out the list below!
Feb. 13: Clean out your inbox and sort your emails into folders. Delete all spam.
Done! This was so therapeutic for me especially going through my personal email, junk email and work email! Needless to say it was a busy and productive evening!
Feb. 14: No social media before 11 a.m. Take the time to be productive!
Yikes. I didn’t realize how difficult this was going to be, but I was able to plan ahead and get everything scheduled on social media for my blog items and for work as well so that I could focus on other projects!
Feb. 15: Unfollow people on social media who don’t inspire you.
This was the best day ever. I didn’t realize how many people I was following that truly don’t inspire me or interest me. I cleared out a lot of unwanted posts from Facebook friends, Twitter followers and more!
Feb. 16: Organize your desktop accordingly into folders. Delete unnecessary items.
I didn’t realize how much I was slacking off with my desktop folders for blogging recently. After a half hour, everything was organized properly in their folders. My desktop couldn’t be happier!
Feb. 17: Go through your phone and organize your apps into folders. Delete apps you don’t use, old notes, contacts, etc.
The amount of notes I had on my phone was insane. I take work notes when I’m walking throughout the day so I don’t forget things. But the amount of unnecessary notes I had was insane. It only took 20 minutes to complete!
Feb. 18: Have a phone-free night with family or loved ones!
Josh and I spent the evening together after he got out of work, so it was easy to keep our phones away while we had a date night. We went downtown for dinner, drinks and went to a hockey game!
Feb. 19: Unsubscribe from email marketing you’re not interested in keeping up with.
I didn’t have a lot of emails to unsubscribe from, but I still went through and made sure any old emails from bloggers I don’t read, or stores I don’t shop at were deleted and unsubscribed from this day! My inbox is free of clutter.
The fourth week of challenges: Positivity
- Feb. 20: No complaint day
- Feb. 21: Write down 3 great things that happened today
- Feb. 22: Spend 15 minutes in silence focusing on one positive attribute about yourself
- Feb. 23: Compliment a stranger
- Feb. 24: Write a letter to yourself explaining why you are unique
- Feb. 25: Ask friends to describe you in 3 words, write them down, and repeat it to yourself throughout the day
- Feb. 26: Write out your challenge wins and treat yourself!
What challenges were the easiest/most difficult for week three? What challenges for the fourth week are you most concerned about? Make sure to share in the comments below!