How should we think about digital decluttering?

The story of my use of to-do list apps is not a good one.

It was like fighting an unvanquishable foe: I would cut heads off the Hydra and more would grow.

This is not a good standard for productivity.

In fact, less is more.

It’s a hard pill for me to swallow too.

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