Buck Lawrimore’s new ebook “How To Organize Your Life – Free and Low-Cost Apps Make It Easy!” is available on amazon at this link.
This is the first book I have written using ChatGPT as a resource. I would not have been able to identify the more than 100 free and low-cost apps for organizing one’s life without it. But I cross-checked much of the information with Google, since there are new apps being announced every day, as well as reputable app-review websites. And also I checked it against my own experience using organizing apps for many years. I think this is the most extensive resource on organizing your life using digital tools available today.
App categories include calendar and scheduling apps, task management apps, note-taking apps, financial management apps, email apps, time management and tracking apps, digital filing systems, contact managers, productivity and life organization apps, scanning apps and hardware, health and fitness apps, and password managers.
Chapters also include such topics as:
- Assessing your needs and goals for organizing your life
- Discover your organizing personality
- Setting priorities and managing time
- Managing interruptions and distractions
- Overcoming procrastination
- Defining and managing projects and tasks
- Understanding and managing your financial situation
- Setting financial goals and creating a budget
- Collecting and storing personal information
- Organizing and managing digital files and folders
- Keeping track of notes and ideas
- Digitizing documents with scanners and apps
- Organizing research and reference materials
- String on top of reading lists
- Building habits and routines
- Staying up to date
- Balancing digital and analog aps
- Using visual and diagramming apps
- Major systems for organizing your life
- Evaluating progress and making adjustments
- Staying motivated and focused
- My personal organizing system
- The future of digital organizing using Artificial Intelligence and other tools
How to organize your life is a challenge these days with the incredible flow of information inundating every person with a smartphone, computer, tablet, or TV. We are exposed to 5,000-10,000 advertisements or promotional messages each day, in addition to all the thousands of emails, messages and information we choose to read online and in print. Social media apps and television programs are designed to be addictive, and so they are for many people.
All this can lead to feelings of information overload, being overwhelmed, out of control, anxious and confused. Not good.
But take heart! There is a better way! You can organize your life and take more control using a wide range of apps (software applications), many of which are free or inexpensive. My new Kindle ebook tells you how to do that.
Please note: This is not a book about how to organize your physical possessions or storage spaces. This is about organizing your life as a whole, as outlined above. This book is a good companion to my other book, “How To Be Successful In Life – Discover and Use Your Unique Success Power for Maximum Results.”
Just trying to round up all the available life-organizing apps is a little like herding a very large number of cats, and new ones pop up as fast as old ones shut down. Nevertheless, there are quite a few tried and approved digital organizing apps used by thousands of people, so you won’t have to go out on a limb to consider options and make choices. A lot depends on your personal preferences and lifestyle.
Get your copy of this inexpensive Kindle ebook to discover all the different free and low-cost apps that can help you better organize your life using this link.