Simplicity in life

It’s easy for life to become complicated and cluttered. Without strict organization, things can pile up and become lost.

A few weeks ago, I came home after a long, exhausting day, emptied out my pockets, and went to sleep. One of the things I emptied from my pocket was my wallet. To this day, I still haven’t been able to find it. I just hope that I didn’t empty that particular item into the trash bin.

The same extends to websites. It’s easy for things to become complex and convoluted. Over years, vulnerabilities are found in old software, and spam piles up– gigabytes of it, in some cases. Going back and cleaning it up is hard, because I don’t want to mistakenly throw out something I wanted to keep. And the new architecture?

It needs to be clean, simple, and organized. That’s something I’m willing to pay for.

I have old hosting accounts sitting mostly unused, charging me nearly $600/month. I need a system of organization that requires no thought, but handles everything appropriately and efficiently.

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