So, today’s morning routine consisted of spring cleaning 🧹🧽 or shall I just call it pre-Thanksgiving cleaning, but not cleaning/re-organizing of my home, rather the long-overdue organizing of my iPhone. 👀😉🙃 WHAAAT??? Over the course of the last year or so that I owned this iPhone, I’ve downloaded a bunch of apps, some of which I still use and some - I don’t. So, if you currently own an iPhone or owned one in the past, you know that those downloaded apps can get out of control and take over a few screens worth of visual space on your phone pretty quickly. Obviously, mine was no different and, as the saying goes - cluttered phone - cluttered mind!!! 🤪😉So true!!! Plus, easy access to those apps leads to an easy distraction when you’re trying to get work done or just plain procrastinating to get some other important task done. So, for a few months now, I’ve been hearing about various ways people suggest organizing a smartphone, eliminating the clutter on your phone screen and, thus, reducing distraction. So, this morning I finally got to that tipping point that I DID NOT want to put this whole phone organizing task off ANY LONGER. So, what I’ve done thus far, and feel like it made a huge difference in how uncluttered my phone screen space really feels now, is the following: a) I deleted the apps that I no longer use (win-win, as it also freed up some extra memory) AND b) categorized the apps and separated them by folders. So, now not only all the remaining apps feel more organized, but my phone feels less crowded and busy, plus it takes an extra click to get to those social media apps that we all like to click on when we want to distract ourselves or waste our precious time for what we ALWAYS hope to be ONLY 5 minutes... Even though my organizing efforts are not finished quite yet, I feel a whole lot better about starting the process of mindfully organizing my phone. So, if you are finding yourself in need of de-cluttering your life and, most importantly, your brain, start somewhere, start small, with organizing your life on the device we all use day in and day out... Also, if you found this post helpful, would you please ❤️ this post and give me a 🤜 or 👍?