With all the information that we are thrown everyday, we need a way to keep the information stored for easy access when you need to read it later. A well known solution for this is an application called Read it Later , which allows you to send links to the application and read it later when your time allows. As a Evernote Power User , I try to find ways to move task like this into the Evernote world so that I may reduce the amount of applications I am accessing daily.
The "_Read Later" Notebook
What I do is create a note book called "_Read Later" and all links that I can't get to at the moment into that Notebook. Placing the underscore (_) before the notebook name, places the notebook in the top of your notebook list.
All during the day add items into your "_Read Later" Notebook. Make sure to tag the note based on it's relevance. This could be articles you find on the web, mail that you have taken a picture of with your smartphone, or videos that you want to watch from youtube. Block out a time during the day to go over all of the items in the notebook. Once you have read the item, place it in it's own notebook and clean out the _Read Later folder for the next day.
Doing this will help reduce information overload.