I thought I would give you links to some interesting websites. Most of these sites help digitally organise your life without need for clutter. In fact in some cases they can eliminate some paper clutter at the very least.
The first one is actually to an article on a funding site by a 19-year old woman who learned early from her mom about decluttering and living minimally.Â This link is to one of her first posts as she tells about her philosophy and reasons for living this way.Â Click on www.gofundme.com/dkzs18 then scroll down to Update #1.
www.Mint.comÂ This is an app for those who want an accounting/checkbook type program on their phone or tablet.Â It is by Intuit the company that produces the Quicken program for computers.Â Moni told me about this one and I am planning to put it on my tablet once I find the time.
www.dropbox.comÂ A cloud based storage site for documents, spreadsheets, photos, etc.Â I use this and have had no problems with it.Â I wanted more storage than they offer free so I pay a small monthly fee for more space.Â
www.flickr.com Â A place to create albums of photos that you can keep private, share with a few or open to the public.Â One of many such websites.
www.igrocerypal.com Â lets you digitally create your grocery list and it will automatically organize your selections by the type of food and aisle. The app also syncs up with local stores to help you find the best deals while making your list and shopping.Â
www.mealboard.com Â MealBoard combines recipe management, meal planning, groceries and pantry management into a single app. It is fully customizable. You can manage your recipes, ingredients, food categories, meal types, stores, store aisles, grocery items and many more with its clean, uncluttered interface.
www.shoeboxed.comÂ Lets you scan & organize receipts and business cards, create expense reports, track mileage and more.
www.clothapp.com Â an app for iPhone that makes it easy to save, categorize, and share your favorite outfits. The app also uses real-time weather data to help you pick your best outfits for current conditions. If you have iOS 8, you can even wake up to an alert with the weather, and your best looks for the day.
Some of these I have used.Â Some I have just read about and scanned their website.Â Iâ€™m sure some of you may have other apps you like that you find enhance your productivity and provide you with more time to do things you prefer rather than keeping track of various aspects of your life. Â Please share those.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter something that is located on the floor.
â€œIf we do not feel grateful for what we already have, what makes us think weâ€™d beÂ happy withÂ more?â€ â€” Unknown