If your 2018 goals include being more organized, less procrastination, staying focused, or chilling out on the Amazon orders for a while so you can stack your money up, then you’re in luck.
These apps will help you stack on track with your goals and help you have a productive new year.
Trello is the perfect project management system for anyone. Whether you’re a student, an intern, mama, an entrepreneur, or you’re climbing the corporate ladder, it’ll help you stay sane when balancing an endless list of projects and tasks. Trello is a collaboration tool that organizes your projects into boards.
In one glance, Trello tells you what’s being worked on, who’s working on what, and where something is in a process. Imagine a whiteboard filled with lists of sticky notes, with each note as a task for you and your team. Now imagine that each of those sticky notes has photos, attachments from other data sources like BitBucket or Salesforce, documents, and a place to comment and collaborate with your teammates. Now imagine that you can take that whiteboard anywhere you go on your smartphone, and can access it from any computer through the web. That’s Trello!
Evernote is the go-to app for journal junkies and notebook hoarders. It serves as a digital notebook and is a must-have for anyone who is serious about getting and STAYING organized. You can have multiple notebooks, each filled with pages of notes. You can tag the pages, also, which helps you keep tabs if you’re an avid note-taker. You can also take photos of important documents that will automatically turn into a PDF document.
If you’re an avid list-maker, you need to know about Todoist. Todoist isn’t your average productivity app; it’s versatile, nifty, and it looks so good. Firstly, Todoist opts for a clean, basic aesthetic, so the focus is all on your to-do lists. There are no distractions, such as pretty backgrounds. Users can create projects (and sub-projects) full of to-do items. If you want to take your organization to the next level, you can then add tags to these projects. For example, you could tag any item that will take five minutes or less with the tag “quick.” Then, you can create filters that go through all your projects and grab all five-minute items. You can also set recurring tasks, priority flags, and more. See? Versatile.(Collective Hub)
The Google Calendar app is designed to save you time and help you make the most of every day. Schedule View brings your schedule to life and makes it easy to see what’s ahead with images and maps, Events from Gmail are added to your Calendar and Assists help you fill in your calendar, quickly and easily.
Chuck & Unroll.Me
If one of your goals is to get rid of all 5,765 emails that pop up in your inbox every day and make the transition to inbox zero then try Chuck or Unroll.Me. With Chuck, you can filter your emails by sender, subject, or time period. You can filter just your contacts, unread, starred, and more. You can delete a whole group of emails from an unwanted sender. It’s the perfect way to organize and sort your mailbox. With Unroll.Me you can instantly see a list of all your subscription emails and unsubscribe from the wants you’re pretty much sick of taking up your inbox.
Mint is one of the best budget apps because it takes the hassle out of making a budget. You connect the Mint app to your bank and the app can use your details to help create a personalized budget.
The Mint app uses the same security as banks and the team behind this service also makes TurboTax and Quicken, so you can trust that they take all possible steps to secure your accounts and your data.Mint will send you alerts to unusual charges and helps identify tips customized to your spending that can help you reduce the money you spend on fees and on other bills. Mint also includes your credit score, so you can see a big picture view of your budget and your personal finances.
With the Mint apps for iPhone, iPad and Android you can see your budget anywhere and there is also an online component to look at from your computer and a bill pay component to help you manage and pay your bills in one place.
Headspace is meditation and mindfulness made easy. With guided meditations ranging from 1min -10mins. The company reports it has 8.5 million active users, and this includes Wall Streeters, Olympic athletes, and celebrity executives like Arianna Huffington and Richard Branson.