So, I decided to go paperless. Using my iPhone and a software program named "Doc Scan", I have learned how to digitize a paper document. Then, I found a software program called "EverNote", which is supposed to allow a user to store digitized documents in a flexible way. Search for documents, etc.
Now, here's the thing. It usually takes me a lot of time to get over the learning curve to be able to use a new piece of software. The amount of time required to get software under my belt is the reason that I am blogging to you today.
Is time more valuable as I get older?
I've been trying to figure out this "paperless project" for a couple of days. It has been my experience that it has always taken me a considerable amount of hours to learn new computer stuff. That's just the way it is. No getting around it.
But I am now in my 78th year of life. And I do not think so lightly about time anymore as I used to do when I was younger. It has occurred to me that I should simply just keep on throwing paper documents on the pile, let them accumulate, and just forget about this paperless project.