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Information Overload Awareness Day


I get up at 6:00 am, turn the coffee pot on (I get it ready the night before, so I have a fresh, hot cup of coffee in 3 minutes or less). At 6:05ish, I sit down at my desk, and for the next 30 minutes I'm reading emails, prioritizing emails, deleting emails, and responding to any that require immediate responses.

And as I said, this is just in the first 30 minutes of my day. This same routine happens several times a day. I really need to learn how to let emails go (at least a little).

Here's some stats from the Information Overload Day site:

I find that I have to remember so many things — passwords, phone numbers, dates, appointments, and on and on. It's just too much! You know what I mean?  I found this infographic that sounded all to familiar to me:


So for today, I am going to try to be a little more relaxed and not stress out over all the things that I need to do. It will be here tomorrow.

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