Evernote may have saved my life a time or two. It’s the one app and tab that is always active on my phone and desktop. I use Evernote to take notes, create to-do lists, save important emails, curate content for my blog, visual merchandising for my store, etc. I can also save PDFs, word docs and excel sheets. My favorite feature is the web clipper which allows me to save info directly from the internet into my notebooks. Price: Free
2. Family Organizer
Helps you simplify and manage your family with a shared calendar, lists, text and email reminders, family journal and more. You’ll never miss your flight, an after-school pickup or forget your grocery list for that quick stop at the store after work. It’s also an easy way to keep your sitter or extended family members who help with child care up-to-date on schedules and lists. Price: Free
I don’t know about you, but I always get behind on chores. As a matter of fact, I’m staring at a pile of unfolded laundry now. Chroma is an easy and fun way to organize chores with your kids or spouse. The app syncs between devices, so it’s easy to coordinate who does what even when no one’s home. Price: Free (paid upgrades)
I don’t mind cooking but I don’t like grocery shopping or deciding what’s for dinner. This app offers an easy, affordable solution to getting healthy dinners on your table. Start getting dinner on the table with the eMeals app, which provides:
- Endless meal variety with over 15 different food styles including Paleo, Clean Eating, Quick and Healthy, Low Carb, Kid-Friendly, Low Calorie, Budget-Friendly, and more.
- Weekly meal plans that feature seven new dinner recipes tailored to your food style and family size
- Simplified shopping with an organized grocery list that you can shop or have delivered by Instacart
- Ability to personalize your plan by marking your favorites, accessing past plans and freely switching between food styles
eMeals is offered as a subscription starting at just $10/mo.