Four Laws of Simplicity

In honor of the new year, you may be thinking about cleaning up at work or at home. Give this post a read at ZenHabits:

http://zenhabits.net/2008/01/the-four-laws-of-simplicity-and-how-to-apply-them-to-life/ 

So I’ve boiled it down to a simple method of Four Laws of Simplicity (apologies to John Maeda) that you can use on any area of your life, and in fact on your life as a whole:
1. Collect everything in one place.
2. Choose the essential.
3. Eliminate the rest.
4. Organize the remaining stuff neatly and nicely.

We used to have spring cleaning day at SJCPL – I always called it a “pitch & throw.” These tips make the pitching and throwing even easier.

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