So, tell me: who has a messy computer desktop full of icons everywhere? Just like a messy office, I’ve found that a cluttered computer desktop really makes me feel scattered and disorganized. Fortunately, there’s help if you still want to keep a lot of icons on your desktop.
The first option is what I do. I download the desktop of the month from the Sweet Life Society each month. As you can see, it has a section to the right for files & folders and then decoration on the left with a monthly calendar. It’s perfect for me because I keep very few icons on my desktop.
The next option would work well if you like to keep a lot of icons on your desktop and want them to be nice and organized.
You can create a pretty desktop background with a rectangle for each category, so you can move icons into appropriate categories. It looks something like this:
The best part is that it is super easy to create one of these desktops for yourself using a FREE tool called Canva. That way you can customize it exactly like you want it. I walk you through the whole process in this brief tutorial video:
I hope that helps you keep your computer desktop organized. I recommend spending at least 5 minutes a week arranging all the icons on your desktop so that it doesn’t ever get too messy.
Sign up to receive the free Get Organized Once and For All ecourse.
Success! Now check your email to confirm your subscription.
Is an overflowing to-do list an all too familiar companion? Is the phrase “so much to do, so little time” the mantra of your current season of life? I’ve been there, friend. When there’s task upon task demanding your time it become vital to learn how to prioritize. You CAN turn that mountain into a molehill, and I’ll show you can easy way to do that with my Sticky Note Productivity method!