These Thoughtful Apps Will Help You Get Organized

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Organizing everything in your life can be hard. If it wasn’t, there wouldn’t be so many resources to make it easier for you. With that being said, if you are having a hard time staying organized and are looking for ways to make it better, we have some organizational apps that will help you stay focused and productive even on your hardest days.

Microsoft To Do

Available on the iPhone, iPad, Android, and even your laptop, this app is easy to use and extremely functional. You can use it to manage multiple lists, set any reminders, and keep track of notes and documents. This app is great for personal and business use.

Time Timer

Focusing can be a hard task some days. With the Time Timer app you will be able to set your timer for however long you need to be focused to complete your task and watch as the clock counts down. This will motivate you to stay on track when seeing the time pass by.

Jour

Practice gratitude and free your emotions with this app. By using the daily guided planner, you can organize your thoughts and prioritize what is important to you.

Calendly

If you are looking for time management and productivity, Calendly is here to help! Never double-book yourself again with the help of this application.

LastPass

Part of being organized involves knowing every password to all your accounts. How many times have you had to choose the “forget my password” button when logging in to your accounts? Probably too many to count! With LastPass, it will keep all your passwords in one secure spot. Forget the guessing game of passwords and treat yourself to this organizational hack.

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Evernote

If you are the type of person who likes to write down all of their thoughts on sticky notes but has nowhere to put them, Evernote will be your greatest friend. All your random thoughts you want to keep track of can be kept safe in this app. Manage all your lists, scan documents, and even record memos to listen to later.