How to organise your tech gear so you don't go nuts

As someone who uses multiple tech items on a daily basis it’s easy to get frustrated with all the cables, adaptors, plugs and all the other bits and pieces that you need. Over the years I’ve found some ways to organise my tech gear so that things are easy to find and don’t get in the way.

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Items mentioned in this episode

    • A laptop sleeve for my 15 inch MacBook Pro
    • I love snap lock bags (zip-lock bags) for anything and everything, especially for toiletries that may leak
    • Buy a desk with holes in the top, or have a couple of holes drilled into your current desk on each side
    • Use Cable clips for things you plug in and unplug a lot


For more information, take a look at this post I previously wrote:  6 Ways I Organise My Tech Stuff

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