3 Tools to Help You Organize Your Life

It’s a well known fact that organization is my actual love language. Keeping my thoughts and work flow organized helps me be as productive and efficient as possible. Over the years, I’ve used a lot (and I mean A LOT) of different tools to find the best way to get organized and I thought it would be helpful to share my top 3 faves with y’all!

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one. Notes App

I use the heck out of the Notes app on my iPhone. There are so many ways you can use it and it’s the best for when I’m on the go and just want to jot something down so that I don’t forget it.

My husband and I have a shared note where we keep our grocery list. When he updates it I get an alert and vice versa. As soon as we run out of something we just add it to the list so we’re never standing around wondering what we’re out of/need to get from the store.

I also have a folder called “CAPTIONS” where I keep track of all of my Instagram captions because I usually think of those on the fly, too.

Like I said, the Notes app is my favorite for when I’m on the go and want to categorize my thoughts in one place.

two. OneNote

I use Microsoft OneNote to house my work projects. You can set it up in sections and then break those sections down further into pages. I keep my year at a glance business plans and outlines for work projects in OneNote. Here is a screenshot so you can have a visual:

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I also have the OneNote app on my phone so that I can access it on the go.

three. My Digital Planner

This is the big daddy when it comes to staying organized. I use my digital planner to organize my personal life, work life, and everything in between. I have monthly spreads, weekly spreads, and daily spreads where I organize my task lists and appointments.

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I also use inserts to keep other things organized like my workouts, cleaning schedule, meal planning, and budget!

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You can watch my digital planning videos here. You can read digital planning FAQs here. And if you want to get a digital planner you can grab one here!


What are some of your favorite organizational tools? I’m always open to hearing about new ones!