One month review

I currently have 9 open tabs, down from 32 last month. I’m being intentional with which stay open and which are best left closed between laptop use sessions. I don’t get as many marketing emails, and have been reading the ones from the lists I’m still subscribed to! I thought I would experience too much… Continue reading One month review

The streaming subscriptions

I spent six months this year living without a television screen. I went to my friend’s house to watch Love Life and Couple’s Therapy. I popped in to watch Alias with my kid every now an again. I power-watched 9-1-1 and Chicago Fire on my laptop. For literary entertainment, I listened to audiobooks on my… Continue reading The streaming subscriptions

The email addresses

I have five active email addresses. I’ve got a yahoo one that I used to sign up for subscriptions and promotions that I didn’t want associated with my real information. I have a hotmail email address from my late adolescence that I would log into MSN chat with. There’s the family address where we keep… Continue reading The email addresses

The dog things

My puppy Charli moved in with me last year. I spent a pretty penny on her treats, her training, her food, her toys and other items I was marketed! Like every good pup, she prefers to make toys out of everyday human items, and has two favourite balls to fetch (and not bring backā€¦). As… Continue reading The dog things

The podcasts

It wasn’t as easy to delete podcasts from my queue as it was to unsubscribe from email lists. I was reminded of the episodes that I want to listen to, and new (old) titles caught my eye. But lately, I’ve not been in the mood to listen to any podcasts, even the entertaining short story… Continue reading The podcasts

The email subscriptions

Another small but significant death cleaning item: email subscriptions. I’m leaning in HARD to the *joy* of missing out! I’m unsubscribing from it all: hair salon and beauty spas’ monthly updates, bank and finance promotions, slow fashion clothes shops, marketing from coaches I no longer work with, business and property listings, my favourite self-improvement psychologists… Continue reading The email subscriptions