Apps to Help You with Organization in 2019 – Lisa Laporte

Lisa Laporte, CEO in Petaluma, offers great apps to use for organization 2019.

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Being successful in any area of your life starts with organization. In any aspect of your life, you can become more organized and make life run just a little more smoothly. Technology has come a long way to provide us with ways to become more organized. Here are just a few apps you can use to become more organized in various areas of your life.


If an individual uses the web for an extended period of time, it’s likely that they will need to use passwords for many different websites. Cybersecurity is becoming much more important as hackers are constantly trying to steal passwords. There are a few best practices that a person should follow when they create multiple passwords. The first rule is to make each password different. However, many individuals don’t even start with that. Fortunately, the LastPass app solves that problem by organizing passwords and giving them different variations. While it isn’t free, they only charge a small fee every month; it increases your cyber security and prevents you from ever forgetting your passwords.


Some individuals have a difficult time creating their to-do lists. The Todoist app makes this easy by allowing a person to manage all of their tasks with an interface that’s very user-friendly. The app allows specific tasks to be grouped into categories like “errands,” “shopping,” “personal” and “work.” All of a person’s tasks show up in an inbox where they can be prioritized. In addition, lists created with the app can be synced between different devices so that a person can use their tablet, phone, or desktop to get things done.


Getting organized in the area fitness is easier with the MyFitnessPal app. Once users have entered information such as weight goals, exercise activity, weight, and height, the app helps them figure out meal plans and the number of calories that should be consumed each day. This guidance helps a person get to a certain weight goal or simply improve their fitness. The app tracks every meal and each workout. In fact, it has a huge library that lists different foods.


Some individuals are required to take multiple medications or take a variety of vitamins or supplements. Keeping track of these can sometimes be difficult. Medisafe removes the difficulty by letting a person know when they should take each one. There’s even a calendar that can be viewed. This app is also an excellent way for a person’s doctor to track the progress and health of their patient. In addition, the app has a feature that provides information on each medication that is being taken by an individual.

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