After years of slow computers and a touch screen that barely worked half the time, I finally went and picked up a new laptop and phone. The first thing that hit me was the dread of transferring all my data from my old gear. My old phone had over 15,000 images in it. All uncategorized, of course, because let’s be real here. 60% of the storage was also filled with apps I forgot I even had. (Until that one day of the year where I need it.) And let’s not get started on the mess that’s my desktop computer. As I was flipping through my app-less phone with a completely empty photo folder, something hit me. It felt nice starting with a clean slate. I wasn’t stressed out about finding something I’ve stashed away. I wasn’t infinitely scrolling through images and deleting photos I forgot I even took, in a…