Work at Home: Apps and More

  Work at Home

Our world is filled with organizing automation and technology.  Work at home requires effectiveness and efficiency. These apps can help you make a difference.

Below are a few of my favorite apps for making life easier and more organized.

Evernote~ Use this app to consolidate ideas, makes notes to remember things like books or websites, and help keep infomation easy to access.

CardStar~ Use this app to keep up with all those store loyalty cards.

MomMaps~ Families want to know places to go and activities to do and this app finds them for you.

OurGroceries~ The nightmare of grocery shopping made easier with a list that multiple people can access and shop.

ScanBizCards~ This app is a great way to eliminate all those biz cards floating around your house and keeps them in your phone.

Shoeboxed~ This app is an easy way to keep up with receipts, either for your home or office.

Mint.com~ This app and computer accessed program helps you gather data for budgeting, keep a record of what you are spending your money on and even suggests improvements.

Aboutone.com~Consolidate your calendar, contacts, health information and home inventory in one spot!

List type apps including Ziplist, Wunderlist, Things, Toodledo.  No need for a paper list to lose! These apps help you stay up on what you need to do, buy, and more!

What apps are your favorites?

4 replies
  1. Janet Barclay
    Janet Barclay says:

    I’ve recently discovered ZipList and so far I love it! For task management, I like Swift To Do List (reviewed on my blog last week) and I have an iPhone app called Week Calendar which syncs nicely with my Outlook calendar and gives me even more views than Outlook. Best $2 I ever spent!

  2. Linda Samuels
    Linda Samuels says:

    Gerat suggestions, Ellen. I am familiar with some of these. Do you use them all? I’m curious about ZipList, especially because Janet raved about it. I use “2Do,” which I love.

  3. Ellen
    Ellen says:

    Truly my favorite is Notes. It is a simple tools for lists. For ziplist, the reviews find some bugs with the online version and the app. But most find it useful for tagging recipes. The overall favorite is evernote!

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