Let’s face it, organization isn’t everyone’s forte. There are thousands of organizational systems out there, yet some people still scribble down reminders on napkins.

This type of person often forgets important things like friends’ birthdays and work outings because, inevitably, when they need that scrap of paper to remember, they can’t find it.

This article isn’t a judgment; it’s more of a call to make things easier. Having a place for everything is easier than ever these days. All you need is your phone and a little help, and that’s where I come in today.

Apps aren’t everyone’s thing, but luckily for you, I’ve spent countless hours testing thousands of apps available on both the Apple and Android app stores. The options I’m going to present are easy to understand and maintain over time. I chose them specifically for those who need to get their lives in order, right now.

1. Todo Mate: This is one of the hidden gems of the app store. I don’t know if you’ve ever downloaded a to-do list app before, but most of them are confusing and unintuitive. Not Todo Mate. This app has a dynamic interface where you can list all your tasks, organized into categories that you can create yourself based on the most important aspects of your life. What we love most about this app is that it lets you see how many tasks you’ve completed for the month, allowing you to track your progress.

2. Structured: This app is for people who struggle to manage their habits, whether due to time constraints or a lack of discipline. The concept is simple: all you have to do is enter the tasks you do or would like to do every day and assign a time slot to each one. The app will send you notifications for all those things you’ve defined as important, so you won’t miss a thing.

3. Twos: Our third option replaces the traditional paper list you’re already familiar with.

With its simple interface, you can have a single place to jot down all the things you can’t forget during the day. There’s no need for a specific order or to categorize your reminders because the app will make recommendations on how to organize them best. You’ll find a blank sheet for each day of the week where you can write down everything you can’t let slip by.

4. Post-it app: For paper lovers, this option may sound familiar. It’s an app designed by the creators of the Post-it note. This app lets you create boards and an infinite number of notes. You can even draw to better explain what you want to save. You don’t need to know much to get the most out of this app. Just create your first Post-it note and let your imagination run wild.

The digital world offers us practical and quick solutions to everyday problems. If you’re not already taking advantage of this tool, now is your time to start. Technology can be more than just a leisure tool; it can be your secret productivity weapon.

See you next week, folks!

Sincerely your community manager:

Mariana Latorre

USpanglish Team

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