Digital Declutter

Technology is supposed to make life and work easier. More fulfilling. Less aggravating. Right?!?

But you’re not alone if the thought of organizing your email inbox gives you the heebie-jeebies. When using technology feels more draining than enriching, it’s time to make a shift.

It’s time to declutter your digital life.

Over almost two decades as an Administrative Consultant, I’ve become incredibly grateful to technology — after all, it made it possible for me to build a thriving online business! But I’ve also noticed how technology can negatively impact our lives:

    • We spend a lot more time using digital devices than most of us want to!
    • Organizing digital assets is usually one of my clients’ very first goals.
    • Bad habits with technology disrupt our concentration, creativity, and wellness.
    • Our work schedules and boundaries are getting blurrier and blurrier.  
    • Most of us are experiencing major technology burnout…
    • And most of us are desperate to reshape our relationships with technology.

Sound familiar? Running my own online business as an Executive Assistant for the past 10 years, I saw my clients losing time, concentration, and joy to tech clutter issues again and again. I was inspired to help everyone avoid those downfalls — and that’s how Digital Declutter was born!


This is a free, welcoming, collaborative space for us to filter through the static that constant, persuasive technology can create. We’re here for accountability, focus, connection, and positivity.

Each month, we reflect on a theme for decluttering specific areas of our digital lives and support each other along the way, through pain points and growth spurts alike.

We celebrate each other’s wins — big and small, digital and analog. We exchange tips, nudges, and inspiration on our journey to bring better balance to our lives.

Together, we take stock of what’s working and what’s not, discovering a healthier balance of screen-time and unplugged, human time.

And most of all, we focus on progress over perfection.

Who is it for?

Everyone. If you use digital tools to connect, play, work, and learn (you’re reading this, so I know you do!) the Digital Decluttering Community welcomes you.

Changing our habits is easier when we’re in it together. Accountability is an essential part of committing to lasting change, especially when it comes to a habit as hard-to-crack as technology use.

Business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs will find digital decluttering especially helpful.

Are you ready to have a community cheering you on while you reclaim your digital life?