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A simple way to give your brain some relief

🗂️ Today’s tip: From time to time, spontaneously clear all tabs.

Browser tabs can be handy placeholders, sure, but they’re also reminders of other mental paths and nagging to-dos. A crowded browser pulls your brain in a million different directions. Give it some relief by removing clickable distractions.

Do you really need a dozen half-read news articles right at your fingertips? Do you need Facebook open all the time? That email draft will still exist when you’re ready to give it your full attention. Just click the x. Or even better, quit your browser.

Instead of leaving all options open, focus on one thing to do next, whether that’s work, fun, or rest.

📚 More from Forge on taking back your focus:

How to Use Your Calendar to Make Every Day Your Ideal Day
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A Radical Guide to Spending Less Time on Your Phone
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Automating My Useless Decisions Helps Me Focus on What Matters
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