Welcome to the earliest emails in my inbox. There are soo many important e-mails here.
Oh look it is a 20% sale on all Nerf guns at Jamesway next week.
Here is another one from my uncle, if I don’t forward this email to 10 people in the next 10 minutes I am going to die. I better get forwarding.
Here is a link from my buddy, he always sends great stuff dated 8/1/1999. Lets see what he has got. https://hamster.dance/hamsterdance/
Ok so here is the point. Many of us have that undeniable fear about deleting email. Perhaps one of the downfalls of email providers allowing us to have huge mailbox storage is that we never get rid of anything. E-mail was never designed to be a forever file cabinet. While we don’t think everyone needs to get to inbox 0. We do have a couple recommendations:
- Delete unneeded emails. Especially marketing emails or automated emails from systems in which we don’t need to keep the messages.
- Unsubscribe from retailers and other vendors you don’t need email from
- Organize your email, maybe use folders or schedule 30 minutes during the week to go through your email.
- Use automated archiving or even deletion after a period of time.
E-mail is a great at many things but using it as storage should not be one of them.
Maple Old Fashioned – Lowball Glass
Add two ice cubes to a glass and stir in half of the bourbon. Add the maple syrup and bitters and two more ice cubes. Stir some more before adding in two more ice cubes. Add the rest of the bourbon and stir so as to melt the ice. Add some fresh ice. Garnish with an orange slice and a cherry, then serve.