What is the concept behind your home screen? Why did you set it up the way you did?
I want it simple. So I keep it to a single screen of apps. And I really like having the extra space between the home row and the rest of the grid.
The only way this works is if you’re using Spotlight as an app launcher. Anything that isn’t normal, every day use goes into the folder in the top-right. I launch any apps from there via Spotlight. This is great if you an app (email) that you want to avoid using. It’s nice to create a little resistance to opening it.
What are your three most used apps?
I reference my task list quite a bit throughout the day. Not as much as I used to but I still pull it up a lot.
This is where everything starts for me. Every idea or search I want to kick off begins here. I love being able to get the thought out of my head and decide where it goes after the fact.
I keep my daily schedule and planned tasks here. So I’m frequently checking in to see if I have time to wrap up a few emails before I start client work or maybe wrap up editing #theoretical.
What app should you delete?
Email. I keep it on my phone because of clients. I feel like I need to keep an eye on their projects. But it would do wonders on my stress levels if I would just let it go. Maybe someday. Just not now.