[colored_box color=”blue”]Tools for Better Organization[/colored_box]
- Tools to Help You Stick With Your Financial Resolutions
- Tools to Help You Stick With Your “Quit Smoking” Resolutions
- Tools to Help You Stick With Your Weight-Loss Resolutions
- Tools to Help You Stick With Your Lifestyle Resolutions
- Tools to Help You Stick With Your Productivity and Time Management Resolutions
- Tools to Help You Stick With Your Organizational Resolutions
The last section of our New Year’s Tools to Help You Stick with your resolutions is related to organization. In some ways it is connected to the time management and productivity section, but it offers more. We dedicate the following apps to busy mothers, entrepreneurs, business people and employees who must work within a team, or who need to effectively plan their time. The apps have different functions, from file organization and storage, to payments and lists. By correctly using them on your laptops and smart-phones you will be able to better organize your life, and your resolutions.
In our humble opinion, Dropbox is the best tool for storing files, mainly because it is extremely user friendly. With it you can directly sync photos and files between your phone and PC. You can share important documents with team-members, and have a better understanding of what is going on. Files are immediately synced with the help of WiFi, you can create multiple folders, and you can expand the memory by accomplishing milestones.
The personal assistant will help you manage all your online accounts from one place. Once you have added your bank, social and online shopping accounts you can manage them from the app. The app is also equipped with a master itinerary, a financial overview and complete transactions and balances. Even if it is password free, it uses 128 bit SSL encryption which means that you can remotely disable access in case the phone is stolen or lost.
Available on Windows, Mac or Linux computers, with the help of your iPhone, the Mocha VNC Lite app will let you play with your computer and update it in real-time. This means that even if you are out of the office, you can still complete essential tasks.
Paired with Gmail and Google Reader, Google Calendar will help you keep your life organized easily, and intuitively. All your appointments, meetings and objectives can be neatly organized on the calendar.
The Internet is full of interesting information that we might want to read about later. If you wish to stay focused on work, but check certain things out later, you can manage all of your links in an ordered fashion with the help of Later This. The tool automatically organizes these links for you, there is nothing to install, and it is extremely easy to use.
- Scrobbld – eBay and PayPal order and payment management.
- Second Brain – Complete organization of your social media, files and bookmarks.
- Utilium – Organize learning materials for your students and lower their course material costs.
We tried to make this list as diversified as possible. We also hope that you will enjoy these apps, and if you have any other suggestions, please share them with us! We believe that these suggestions will help you stick to your resolutions, organize your life better and maintain mental sanity.