School is in Ready For A Hectic Life? Quick Tips to Stay in Control
So the beginning of the week is here not only meaning a new week of work but also the start of another school year. If you’re like me and every other hard working woman professional then I’m sure you can relate to feeling overwhelmed with the demands and responsibility of career, and family life. As usual I’m always on the look out for apps that simplify my chaotic life.
ReQall- was a free app that I use to like very well because you could use voice commands to record any tasks, reminders, and whatever else you needed to remember throughout the week. But since SIRI, i honestly love just using my iphone calendar and reminders because SIRI has made it possible to do all of those things seamlessly.
Got Tweens? Then you know household chores are team effort. Check out Homeroutines, it’s not free but for $3.99 and synching on multiple devices it’s pretty cool. Easily create the chore list and details then every person in the family can complete with a star. The great thing is that the checklists can automatically restart.
Have you ever tried Food on the Table? One of my biggest challenges is figuring out what in the world to cook. This cool site is free online meal planner that helps organize your weekly meals andeven better, tells you where to get the best deals on groceries in your area. Sweet!
So now your totally in the know with everything in your calendar, the house is in order, and the fam is fed. Now you can do work!
Hopefully some of these tips help out. If you find anything useful please share!
And You Said Your Demographic Isn’t Online Shopping For Cars, HA!
It always would made me smile when an auto dealer who carries more of an older demographic brand says that their not targeting an internet shopper. Well what if that’s where more and more of them are shopping?
Baby boomers are avid Internet users. They make up 32.5% of the US adult population and 36% of the adult online population, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project. On a typical day, boomers account for one-third of all Internet traffic, Pew found. According to Burst Media, nearly two-thirds (62.6%) of these users spent more than five hours a week online. Now how about that……