During these times it is wise to watch on your budget. Balance your incoming and outgoing money stream. You can buy several tools for that, or make an spreadsheet. The downside of tool is, if the support stops you have to export / import all your data to a new tool. With spreadsheets you don’t have that problem. Below are some great free worksheets:
Good luck getting your budget on track!
This is usefull for people in the Netherlands, that don’t like telephone menus.
There is an App (Android and iPhone) that makes you skip the whole menu and gets you right where you want to be. Saving you time and money.
More info on: skipthemenu.com.
It may look a little Microsoft fan site, but i have found out a great app to accompany OneNote. It is called Office Lens. With it you can take pictures from white boards or documents with your phone . Well that is nothing special right? Wait there is more…! After taking a picture you can edit it to make it more readable. The photos then can be used in OneNote. Perfect if you follow a training or classes.
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Something really cool that i like to share with all of you. Microsoft made OneNote free for Windows and Mac OS X. OneNote is a great tool to collaborate, make notes and mindmaps. I really like the tool and use it a lot at work. It’s perfect for making and ordering notes. Don’t forget the handy search feature and OneDrive sync.That way you can sync your notes with your Android or iPhone device. Great for your shopping list 😉 .
A long story short, you can download it for free from OneNote.com.
PS: If you are a developer, you might find the API interesting to use in your App.