I don’t know about you, but I spend a good portion of my day on a computer and much of it responding to emails and deleting emails I have been copied on which I really shouldn’t be copied on, but better safe than sorry when it comes to work.
The last thing I want to do in my spare time is be sorting through a variety of emails I have subscribed to which I don’t even read. For some reason I have subscribed to a variety of sources offering me discounts on travel and a bunch of other money savers which ironically still encourage you to spend money. Why?!? I rarely action any of these discounts but think to myself what a load of crap!
I don’t need one more time waster in my life such as emails I have subscribed to, so I am going to unsubscribe to all the sources which are asking me to spend my money or I just do not utilize. It is electronic clutter distracting me from living my actual life.
Instead of deleting why not unsubscribe so it is one less email you have to delete or be distracted by…
If you want to take a trip go to the source at the time. Don’t mindlessly book a trip because it is a good deal at the moment, but you still cannot really afford to go.
Unless you have travel funds and you are looking for a specific deal, but I would still just recommend researching on your own instead of being inundated with emails.
Unsubscribing to non essential email, or subscriptions which do not feed you in a positive way, is one additional way to remove clutter from your life and find more time for you.
Peace & love – Rachel