The Best To-Do Apps to Organize Your Life

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In a busy place like Columbia, SC, it can be hard to stay up to date on everything you need to do. We’ve all been there before. Life gets busy and a few things slip your mind, and no matter what you do, you just can’t seem to remember everything there is to do. Luckily, there are tons of apps that have made this problem an easy fix. This month, we wanted to make your life in your apartment at Peachtree Place a little simpler with our favorite organizational apps.

Asana

Created by one of the original founders of Facebook, this intuitive platform gives you everything you need to ensure that you have reached max organization. Asana has a paid version to be used in your teams at work or school, but there is also a free version that allows you to use all of the premium features for your own personal uses. Asana is universally regarded as one of the best project management platforms, so why not give it a try for yourself?

Todoist

“Never worry about forgetting things again. Let Todoist remember it all for you. You can get tasks out of your head and onto your to-do list anytime, anywhere, on any device – even offline.” Like Asana, Todoist also offers both free and premium options. If you want the full range of features, you’ll have to pay a little extra for those. However, the free version is more than capable of helping you organize your busy schedule. Todoist has years of reliability and a dedicated user-base, so you know that it holds up over time.

Wunderlist

“Keep your life in sync. Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. Whether you’re planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is here to help you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos.” This is the best app for people looking to save money. A completely free platform appeals to everyone, but keep in mind “free” does not always mean “better.” Wunderlist won’t offer all of the bells and whistles that some other platforms will, but you’ll still have plenty of flexibility with what it can do.

How do you like to organize your schedule? Do you prefer apps or physical planners? Comment below and share tips with your fellow residents. Thanks for reading our blog this month!