Gadgets are perhaps an integral part of modernity. The question is who uses them and how.
There are people who need gadgets: for work; for fun or both.
If you are a minimalist, then most likely you use gadgets as your “right hand”, that is, for work.
I also consider myself a minimalist, so I agree with others on this.
I’ll tell you what “lives” on the screens of my gadgets, and why I got rid of it.
There are 5 folders, where most apps are stored. Four are on top of the screen and one on the bottom:
- Bottom folder with all most-used apps;
There are also 3 apps :
I think this is not much for a modern minimalist, but it is necessary and functional. And one phone is enough.
Apart from the built-in applications that you constantly use, for example, word, the desktop is occupied only by the basket.
Of course, it is regularly cleaned.
It has a slightly strange name: “Dark Vader”. Like other gadgets, I regularly clean the external drive from unnecessary information. It is not much, but what is now on it is relevant.
There are only some folders on it with the names: “Backup, “Texts”, and “Photos”.
Everything fits on an External drive: from working information to entertainment.
I use Sony WH-1000XM5. The best part of them is the noise-canceling feature that helps me concentrate on work while in the public.
These are perhaps all gadgets that I use.
How many gadgets do you have and what is on them?
Author: Richard R.