Keeping all of the details of your life organized isn’t always easy, but thanks to the Internet, there are new ways to create a little order in your busy life. From keeping track of your favorite recipes to having important contact information at your fingertips, these ten websites and apps will get you on the path to ultimate organization. What’s the best part? All of these recommendations are free to use!
Organize Your Life: Evernote
Evernote is a digital workspace where you can save ideas, clip articles, snap photos of physical reminders and, of course, create notes. You can update Evernote from every device, so your work is with you wherever you go.
Organize Your Money: Mint
You’ll never miss a bill again with Mint, a financial information organizer. Mint automatically pulls all of your financial information into one place so it’s easy to understand. With the mobile app, you can always keep your finances in check with a single swipe.
Organize Your Contacts: FullContact
FullContact serves as your digital Rolodex, aggregating all of your contacts and automatically updating their social media information so you always have a complete view of your connections. FullContact also organizes and syncs your contacts between your Google or iCloud accounts.
Organize Your Event: Evite
Evite allows you to create and send online invitations for any event and then track your RSVPs with easy guest management. If you’re in need of some planning inspiration, the site also offers party ideas for every occasion.
Organize Your Recipes: Pepperplate
Pepperplate gives you the help you need in the kitchen by allowing you to manage recipes, create menus, plan meals and make shopping lists. With features that allow you to import recipes by URL and create multiple timers while cooking, Pepperplate has you covered from start to finish.
Organize Your Books: GoodReads
GoodReads will give you insightful recommendations on what to read next based on your interests and what your friends are reading. In addition, you can create and organize book lists and start discussion groups.
Organize Your Social Media: Hootsuite
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook…Who can keep up? Keep all of your social media profiles organized in one dashboard with HootSuite. You can schedule posts and manage social media feeds from your computer or mobile device.
Organize Your Blog Feeds: Bloglovin’
If you read blogs likes this one daily, you might appreciate Bloglovin’ because it organizes your favorite blogs into one feed that’s updated with new posts whenever your favorite bloggers publish them. You can also follow your friends on Bloglovin’ to see what they’re reading.
Organize Your Files: Dropbox
There’s no easier way to keep all your files organized and synced on multiple devices than with Dropbox. Like Google Drive, Dropbox allows you to edit and share files with others, but with Dropbox, all changes are automatically updated on your devices.
Organize Your Travel: TripIt
Sorting through airline confirmations, driving routes and hotel reservation emails is no fun for any traveler (seasoned or not). TripIt automatically compiles a master itinerary for you using your confirmation emails. With the TripIt mobile app, your itinerary is at your fingertips as you embark on your next adventure.