30 Mar 2012
The O.C.D. Experience is all about creating effective and functional ways to organize. With the millions of apps, photographs, emails, and so on that are being circulated every day, there are several tools to help you organize and create discipline in your digital world.
Picasa is O.C.D. Experience’s favorite program to share, edit, and organize photographs. Picasa lets you: 1) Create Web Albums where you can organize and produce photo albums based on a specific date, trip, or event. 2) Share with friends or family members via email. 3) Search for photographs in various categories you might use for projects, backgrounds, or art. 4) You can also input facial recognition tagging to find your friends in an instant and sort by friends.
Tripit – Travel Organizer is an efficient tool to keep your travel plans in order. When you register for free, Tripit links with your email account and helps organize your itinerary for upcoming trips, future plans, and more.
Family Organizer is a free app that allows you to share your grocery lists, calendar entries, daily tasks, recipes, photos, and more with your family members. Sign up for Family Organizer here and enjoy the dashboard it provides that displays each feature in an organized way.
When you don’t have a pen or paper and need to write something down why not record it? Quick Voice Recorder is perfect for taking notes, making lists, recording ideas, and anything else you want to keep on record. Download Quick Voice Recorder for free here.
Ace Budget Life helps you keep track all of your spending and personal finances by creating categories for your different spending types. It is useful for scheduling transactions, creating recurring transactions, and much more. Check out more information about it here.
Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal is an easy way to keep track of your food & water intake, calorie count, and workout time, while promoting a healthy lifestyle. What’s great about this app is that it saves your recent food and calorie intake and groups them into specific categories such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Map My RUN is amazing for planning and mapping out your running route. It records your running distance and can calculate how many calories you’ve burned during your run. What the O.C.D. Experience likes about Map My RUN is that it provides a variety of trails such as road, off trail, cross country, wood trail, and more, making running always a new adventure. Find out more about it here.
With these O.C.D. Experience tips for photography, travel, personal organization, daily tasks, budgeting, and fitness, you will definitely have all your digital applications organized and in order!