Deb Cabral, the DeClutter Coach, joins us again with some great apps that can help you keep your life organized and on-track, right at your fingertips.

Most of us have our phones on us at all times, or at least in close range. It only makes sense, if we're trying to be more productive and organized in our lives, to have some of those tools available to us right on our phones. Well, Deb Cabral has found some great apps that will help you stay organized in a variety of areas in your life.

For this week's "Get Organized with Naomi Lynn" video, the DeClutter Coach shows us three of her favorite apps to help you get and stay organized, which you can see in the video (at the top of this page).

The first app is "Keeper" and it's perfect for keeping all those passwords and usernames all in one place. Between social media, work, and your personal life, you have SO many passwords and usernames to remember. And the ones you use everyday may be easier to remember, but if you have a password and username for something you only use once a month or so, you probably find yourself changing the password more often, because you forget what it is. With "Keeper," you only need to remember one password and one username to get to all your other passwords and usernames. It's a handy way to keep all that information in one, safe spot. And the best part? Keeper is free to download.

The second app we look at is "Forever." This app stores all your photos, family memories, and all those precious pieces of data you never want to lose. Have you ever had your phone break or malfunction and you lost all the photos you had on it? It really is an awful feeling, almost heart-breaking, especially because most of us don't print out photos anymore. This app will protect those pictures you take, and has a wonderful easy-to-use way of storing them. And you can set it up, so it automatically backs up the photos on your phone. Every time you take a photo, it can be stored through "Forever," and you'll never lose that picture.

And the last app we look at is "Map My Walk," which is a great tool if you're trying to lose weight and get fit for 2018. Deb Cabral explains that she also has the "Weight Watchers" app and the "Fitbit" app, and all these apps talk to each other. So instead of having to put in the information on three different apps, the information is carried over from one to the next. "Map My Walk" will also allow you to keep a food journal so you can monitor your eating habits as well.

The DeClutter Coach also suggests if your credit card company offers an app or your bank has an app, to download those as well. Instead of waiting monthly for your statement to come out, you can check it weekly, and keep a better eye on your spending. Being financial fit and organized is just as important.

We want to thank Deb Cabral for coming in again and giving us these helpful tips and tricks, and telling us about some great apps to help us get organized in our lives. You can always get more tips for organizing by following the DeClutter Coach at: OrganizedIn60Seconds.com. You can also visit: DeclutterCoachDeb.com and follow her Facebook Page: Declutter Coach Deb. And we'll see you back here next Monday!

 


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