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How to avoid email pileups

Six tips to keep your inbox under control.
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Email overload

Don't let your inbox waste your time.

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This story was originally published on WorkingMother.com.

What is the best way to review and action the emails you get every day? Short answer: Probably the opposite of what you are doing now.

If you are like me before I started being more intentional, you log on to your account and dive in starting from the top and working down. Then you might stop because you get a call or have to go to a meeting. When you log back

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