5 Ways to Get Organized Online
Finding yourself buried under a mountain of daily obligations? Thankfully you can use digital tools to help organize your life. Here’s how:
1. Keep Track
Move the kitchen calendar online with Google Calendar or Zoho Calendar. Both are free Web-based applications that everyone in the family can access. The programs can be set up to email daily reminder lists (e.g., dental appointments, carpool schedules, birthdays) to all users and can be updated from a computer or smart phone.
2. Help with Homework
The Web-based Google Docs program makes it easy to review you child’s school work, even if you’re not at the kitchen table. Offer corrections and suggestions, and check progress while you’re at work or in a doctor’s waiting room.
4. Get in the Frame
Instead of storing your pictures on your PC, display them in a digital-picture frame, an LCD colour screen modeled after a desk-top photo frame. (Digital frames must be connected to a wireless network.) Some, such as Kodak Pulse, come with an email address to which anyone can send their latest photos – and pics will appear in the frame as if by magic!