Washington Post: “Our phone screens, like our homes, are stages where our lives play out. As such, they deserve our care and respect, Amanda Dodson, a TikTok creator and organization coach, said. “My philosophy is that these silly little tasks that we have to do in our lives — like clean up your phone screen or do the dishes every single day until you die — feel kind of pointless in the arc of a life, but those are a life,” she said. We asked Washington Post readers to send us screenshots of their home screens, and most hadn’t taken any obvious steps to organize. But the ones that did came up with weird and wonderful ways to make their phone screens reflect their priorities. Here are their best practices for a better screen.