Your digital life is messier than you care to admit. Unlike IRL clutter, online disasters are private and easier to ignore. But self-inflicted e-chaos is not the only way.
How secure are your passwords? How often do you sign up for a new account with every intention to cancel after securing an introductory offer, only to totally not do that? How many emails from the same retailers do you delete every day? Do you type with your palms floating because your overworked laptop scorches like the sun’s core?
Nobody wants to tackle all those problems at once. But if someone compiled a list of all the cleanup tasks you need to knock out, and emailed you a tutorial for one each day? You’d be living a more secure, productive digital life in a month.
Lucky for you, the editors at Popular Science have created a 30-day newsletter series that does just that. Sign-up here.
We’ll take you step-by-step through the process of deleting the accounts you’ve forgotten about, improving your password security, securing your mobile data, unsubscribing from all those retailer emails, and a lot more.
After you sign up, you’ll receive a manageable task that gets you closer to a cleaner, less stressful, and more rewarding online experience. After that, we’ll send you email updates packed with DIY projects, adventure guides, and ingenious ways to improve your life.