Our to-do lists seem to be getting longer and longer, but our daily allotment of hours remains 24. Honestly, we all know how crazy things can get. So crazy that sometimes, that not even your to-do list can help you. Thankfully, there are lots of productivity tools that can help you work better and smarter and also help you stay organized.
Here are a few you should use daily:
If you’re one of those people who keep hitting the snooze button till they are late, then Alarmy is perfect for you.
Just as the name implies, it’s an alarm app, but unlike any you’ve ever heard of. It’ll keep ringing till you get out of bed to take a picture of a pre-registered area in your home. It even has an option to stop the alarm by solving a math equation! If that doesn’t chase the sleep away, then you might need to get in touch with your village people. Find out about Alarmy here.
Evernote is a great productivity tool that helps you keep track of things on the go.
You can save websites you would like to revisit, take notes while you’re in transit and even scan receipts and other important documents in case you need them unexpectedly. Awesome, isn’t it? Learn more about Evernote here.
Momentum is one of our personal faves. It’s a personalized Chrome extension that appears whenever you open a new tab on your computer.
It shows you some beautiful scenery and greets you with your name. It also gives you a new inspirational quote every day and the option to write out your to-do list so you see it whenever you open a new tab. Pretty neat, right?
Pretty much everyone uses Google Drive these days, but it’s still worth an honorary mention. It’s a cloud-based storage service that allows you to save, share and even edit files across devices as long as you’re logged into your Gmail account. The best part is that all of these productivity tools are absolutely free!
Which one of these is your favourite? Which productivity tools do you use to make your day better? Share with us below.
Meanwhile, here are five daily habits of the world’s richest people that you should copy in 2018.