It was a comical idea, me writing about apps to organize your life. I’ve always been fairly organized, but my organization system? A disaster. Until recently, it was a jumble of sticky notes (both virtual and paper), draft emails of lists, Google Calendar entries, and things floating around my own brain but nowhere else. 
And then I found an app to organize my life that works like my brain.

It was a comical idea, me writing about apps to organize your life. I’ve always been fairly organized, but my organization system? A disaster. Until recently, it was a jumble of sticky notes (both virtual and paper), draft emails of lists, Google Calendar entries, and things floating around my own brain but nowhere else. 

And then I found an app to organize my life that works like my brain.

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  1. blaineroo reblogged this from good
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  3. pejmanyousefzadeh reblogged this from good and added:
    Evernote is genuinely wonderful.
  4. neuroticnewsjunkie reblogged this from good and added:
    Oh my GOODness, GOOD has helped me out once again.
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  6. kevintjlee reblogged this from good and added:
    Funny. I’ve always referred to Evernote as ‘my second brain’ – apparently I’m not the only one.
  7. seanrrwilkins reblogged this from good and added:
    Evernote is a life saver, for sure.
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