5 Time Management Apps You Need to Download

August 12, 2015
I am all about productivity. Yes, I do have my hits and misses but I always see to it that I get things done. You may have read my 14 Days to a Productive Life e-Course and I have enjoyed sharing  to you my tips and tricks when it comes to intentional living. 
If you’ve watched my What’s In My Iphone video you’ll know I don’t have that much productivity apps. I only use my Sunrise Calendar and the rest are in my bullet journal. Yes, a bullet journal is my main productivity tool.

However, due to my busy schedule and for the overwhelming blessing happening at the moment with my work, my blog and my freelance writing career… I knew I needed to download some helpful apps to really manage everything.
Today I am sharing to you some of the Best Time Management Apps You Need to Download!
See the rest of What’s in my Iphone 5 in this video:

  1. 30/30
  2. This is such an amazing app if you have so many tasks to do but don’t know how and where to start. With 30/30 you can set a timer as you start to tackle your to do list. All doable actions are perfect with this app. It is a super simple task manager that will definitely help you get things done.
  3. Evernote
  4. This can be you all-in-one digital notebook. You can write tasks, upload files, take pictures and more with Evernote. Most productivity bloggers I know like my idol, Michael Hyatt uses this app to manage his everyday life. I have tried this before but I am not “hiyang” with a digital notebook. I love to write my to do’s and all in a physical notebook.
  5. Any.DO
  6. This is a more advance application than 30/30 but still gives a friendly user interface. Your things to do can be scheduled for each day and you can also organize your list in categories. It can be synced to Chrome items making it accessible anytime, anywhere.
  7. Remember the Milk (RTM)
  8. RTM is a classic productivity app that almost everyone swears by to help people become more organized. You arrange all your tasks in one place like appointments, grocery list,  blog activities easily. It also offers a color code system for a better view.
  9. Wunderlist
  10. For entrepreneurs and project managers, this app will be a great help. It is known as a cross-platform to-do list manager with multiple customization options available.
    The above five apps are perfect companion at times when you feel like there’s too many things to do yet so little time. If you have some app recommendation then make sure to share at the comment section below.
    Happy Wednesday!!!
    1. Day 0 of the 14 Day Productive Living Program- Push the RESTART Button of Your Life
    2. Day 1 of the 14 Day Productive Living Program- How to Plan for a Year
    3. Day 10 Productive Living for Bloggers
    4. Day 11 Productive Living for the Faithfuls
    5. Day 12 Productive Living for a New You
    6. Day 13 How to Use A Bullet Journal for Productive Living
    7. Day 14 Perfect To Do List
    8. Day 2 of the 14 Day Productive Living Program- How to Plan for your Month
    9. Day 3 of 14 Day Productive Living Program How to Plan for you Week
    10. Day 4 of 14 Day Productive Living How To Plan Your Day
    11. Day 5 of 14 Day Productive Living Program On Productivity Tools and a Peak on the Tools that I Use
    12. Day 6 Productive Living for Students
    13. Day 7 Productive Living for Career Women
    14. Day 8 Productive Living for Busy Moms
    15. Day 9 Productive Living for Entrepreneurs
    16. Summary of the 14 Day Productive Living Program

Clariza Glino

Izza of SavingsPinay helps Filipinos bridge the financial literacy gap one content at a time by providing insights and tips on budgeting, saving, investing, side hustle and growing your net worth. Aside from this blog she also writes at, a beauty and lifestyle blog for frugal Pinays and manages,, a wedding and event business since 2011. For inquiries, topic suggestions or future collaborations email her at

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