Spa Management: Organizational Apps

Keep yourself--and your business organized--with these handy apps!

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In this fast-paced world we live in, staying organized can sometimes be more of a Ninja skill than an art. Chances are you're multi-tasking a variety of projects at work—add to that family and other personal projects, and there can a lot more than the average human can remember!

Luckily smartphones and tablets can help keep your business and personal lives on track with the help of a few easy-to-use apps. Here's a look at some of the top apps available today to help you add some organization to your life.

Evernote

Evernote is consistently named one of the best apps for staying organized. This app prides itself on making it easy to remember everything in your life -- big or small -- and providing a way to organize it all in a way that works for you. Whether you use it to save recipes or your work's to do list, Evernote allows you to save text, photo, audio, and even whole webpages. The free app can be downloaded on not your phone or tablet, but can also be downloaded on your computer or accessed online, allowing you to consistently have information at your fingertips.

Remember the Milk

If you're looking for an online to-do list, Remember the Milk may be the app you seek. Recently named a top app for simplifying your life by Real Simple magazine, this free app helps you manage tasks quickly and easily, set due dates, and organize it the way you want it. You can also set and receive reminders by email and instant messenger, share tasks and prioritize tasks to plan your time. The app is available for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, and can also be downloaded on to your computer.

Mint

If you're looking for an app that can help keep your finances organized, Mint might be the answer. This consistently highly ranked, free app works to keep your spending organized and categorized so you can clearly see where every dollar goes, from savings to investments to your mortgage. The app offers a number of security levels to keep your information safe, allows you to set financial goals and budgets, and much more. The app is available for both iPhone and Android.

Dropbox

Remember that day when you ran out of the house late for the spa, totally forgetting the forms your son needed for school or the documents you had completed the night before for work? Dropbox is a free service that allows you to store documents, photos and videos online, making them easily accessible via your computer or app on your smartphone or tablet. A free account gives you up to 16 GB of storage space. And the app is available for iPhone, Android and Blackberry.