1. Evernote

Use Evernote to organise your notes – Possibly one of the best apps for staying organised and reducing paper clutter in the home. You certainly won’t need to buy a notebook again if you embrace Evernote. Notes are super easy to find with the search feature and you can even share your notes with others. Need to attach a photo or file to a note? No problem. If that wasn’t enough you can also set reminders for yourself. With the Evernote scannable app you can scan all your incoming mail and save it in Evernote – school notes hanging around or flyers that you think you might need at some point will be a thing of the past. You could even scan in all your takeaway menus freeing up a drawer in the kitchen!

We love it and are pretty certain you will too.

2. Todoist

Use Todoist for your to do lists and reduce paper clutter – If you’re constantly finding to do lists on little bits of paper lying around the house you need Todoist. You can mark items on your list as recurring or add due dates and reminders. We love the colour coded priority levels so you can see at a glance your more important tasks.

3. TripIt

Use TripIt to organise your travel plans – Just send all your hotel, flights, car rental and restaurant confirmations to their email address and it will transform them into a master iteniery. You can even view it offline. You can also store travel doctments, share the plans and sync plans to your calendar. There’s something very calming about seeing all your plans in one place in a lovely visual timeline.

4. Pocket

Use Pocket to organise your time on the internet – When you find an article you want to read but already have 20 browser windows open and have a ton of work to do use Pocket to send the article to your smartphone to read later, even offline.

5. Timr

Use Timr to organise your time spent working – A simple time tracking app that works on smartphones as well as PCs and Macs. Start Timr when you begin a work session and stop it when you’re done. It will track how much time you’ve spent on a particular project. Great for those that work from home or work on projects at an hourly rate.

6. Money Dashboard

Use Money Dashboard for organising your finances – With Money Dashboard you can see all your accounts in one place so you don’t have to log in to multiple apps to work out how much money you’ve got. At a glance you’ll have all the information you need to make informed financial decisions with a clear view of how, when and where you’re spending your money. We love the budgets section. You set budgets you should be spending each month such as £300 on food and the app will tell how much of your budget you’ve got left or if you’ve overspent.

If you don’t have enough time in the day our professional organising services can help. From making your life more efficient by organising your home to carrying out your everyday tasks with our personal concierge services. Whatever you need us to do just ask.