Hi, dear readers.
This is the 2nd article of my minimalism series. You can see the first one here:

The first one was mostly the theoretical part. Now it's time to go practical.

I wanted to start decluttering from the technological part of my life. I know that its harder for me to get rid of my ‘actual stuff’ because i am kinda materialistic. So I believe the easiest part of this process is technology!


  • Uninstall the apps you don't use
  • Delete photos, messages or move them to a hardrive. (But before you move them, make sure you delete the unused ones.)
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Social media

  • Unfollow irrevelant people, acquaintances and groups on facebook, instagram, twitter etc.
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  • Delete/hide your old posts and pictures that you don’t want, or embarasses you.
  • Delete internet bookmarks that you don't need anymore.

When I complete this process it makes me really fresh and comfortable.

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  • Clean your desktop

Again, another fresh feeling.

  • Arrange your files and delete the ones that are irrevelant/not used anymore.

Make a good folder system. Try to name your files in proper and relevant names, not 'asdfghjk'

  • Sort photos into albums.
  • Uninstall programs that you don't use anymore.
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  • Clean out email box. Unsubscribe to email subscriptions that you don't need.

There are so many newsletters I receive and never look.

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Hopefully these tips may help. Please let me know if you have anything in mind regarding 'technological declutter.' Thank you for reading and see you again!