These time-savers have limited my digital multitasking:
There is no shortage of items to read on the internet. Similarly to how I respond to emails (Time Saver #4), I never surf the net at random intervals during the day. Instead, I’ll reserve one hour every day (sometimes every other day depending on volume) to read any online articles that I may find interesting.
I bookmark all the links to interesting articles and save them to, a folder in my browser’s bookmark bar. At the click of a button, the articles are opened in my browser and ready to be read!
Sometimes interesting articles link to more interesting articles; I’ll save those and put them in the queue. But I won’t exceed my one-hour limit! Once the timer goes off, reading time is over!