I found this post that I wrote exactly 3 years ago.
Just because I am away from the house does not mean that the organising has to be put on hold.
There are all sorts of small things you can do while you are out and about, particularly while commuting.
Digital files are one of modern life’s organising challenges and they turn up in all sorts of places. Whether it is lists on your computer, contacts for your mobile phone, songs on your iPod or books on an ereader you need to keep them in some sort of order so that you can locate them when you want them.
I do not have a huge number of books on my Kindle yet but I have decided to develop a ‘filing system’ for them before it becomes too overwhelming.
This is before I started. I had 4 pages of books that I have downloaded so far.
Once I completed the index, it is now much easier to find a particular book, especially as my Kindle library expands. I may add more categories as time goes on but these are definitely enough to get started. The categories I have chosen are all condensed onto one page and the books are sorted into the relevant collection/folder.
What digital files have you organised?
This is quite funny in a way because since then I have acquired a new Kindle and I have not organised the books on it. This needs to go back on the list of things to do. It is a reminder that we need to be constantly vigilant about keeping things decluttered and organised. It is easy to let stuff slip by the wayside.
Did you link the kindle to your computer to set up the folders?