A few weeks ago, Kim from Today’s Creative Life blog invited me to participate as a guest blogger in her Celebrate Summer Series. Since July was computer organization month over here on my blog (in the Organize and Refine Your Home Challenge), I decided to create some super cute summer-themed desktop wallpapers for her audience.
But I didn’t want my peeps to miss out on these digital organizing goodies, so I’m sharing them with y’all here today!
Last month, I introduced this simple, yet brilliant solution for controlling computer desktop clutter…a wallpaper that’s designed to categorize your files by type.
Once uploaded to your computer, all you need to do is move your computer icons to the appropriate area on your desktop.
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As you probably remember from my previous post on computer desktop organization, I recommend cleaning up your desktop on a weekly basis. If you’re like me, you’re more inspired to tackle mundane tasks such as computer desktop organization when there’s some “pretty” involved. That’s why I love these summer-inspired desktop organizing wallpapers so much!
Both the watermelon theme and the popsicle theme wallpapers are available with and without category labels so that you have the option to customize them to fit your needs. You can add your own category labels using a free program such as Canva.
For each wallpaper, simply click on the link below the image to download it to your desktop. Once it’s downloaded, you’ll need to set the image as your desktop wallpaper.
If you’re a Mac user, save the wallpapers to your Pictures folder, then right-click anywhere on your desktop, select the “Change Desktop Background” option, then select the downloaded wallpaper).
And if you’re looking to give your computer an organizational overhaul before the fall season, I’ve gotcha covered:
I walk you through the process of organizing your computer desktop here (get even more free desktop wallpaper organizers in this post!):
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