Cleaning Online Clutter

| March 17, 2010

I decided to walk the walk, not just talk the talk.

One of the characteristics of living green is cutting out redundancy, eliminating waste and finding more efficient ways to do things. To that end, I made a few online changes.

After taking stock of my online endeavors, I realized I was adding to Internet waste. I have a few blogs that cover different aspects of the same topic. Rather than clutter cyberspace with two different blogs why not combine them into one.

The Dollar Fights Back

I had a blog called The Dollar Fights Back which talked about ways to save money. In my opinion living green and saving money go hand in hand. So, to cut the waste, I’ve decided to combine the contents of that blog here.

I’m going to sprinkle the Dollar Fights Back posts here on the BLULOW blog. Therefore if you’re a regular reader and find all of a sudden there are posts sprinkled intermittently that you have not read in the past, it’s because I’ve inserted the DFB posts in date appropriate order.

This online pruning should give me a little more time and energy to nurture this blog just a bit (it could really use it).

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Category: Cleaning, Recycling

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Felicia is a bit of a tree hugger and likes to share ways to lighten the toxic burden on the environment.

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  1. Prerna says:

    Hi Felicia,
    I think online clutter is just the same as offline clutter. It tends to sneak up, is quite useless and we usually, procrastinate about dealing with it. So, am really glad, you’re decluttering and I look forward to reading a diverse range of posts:-)
    Blessings and best wishes,
    Prerna

  2. Crystal says:

    Wow Felicia – way to go! Reducing online clutter . . . what a great idea! I’m always over on NJFM and forget to check your other great blogs. Thanks for combining these two. I’m going to add this one to my blogroll right now!

    • Felicia says:

      Thanks for stopping by Crystal.

      This blog isn’t updated nearly as frequently as NJFM, but I’m going to try to do better in the future.