Here are a few of Julie Coraccio’s favorite tools and decluttering resources to get organized, be more mindful and clear clutter!
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Apps to Help You Get Organized
Evernote for all-around use and to simplify your life. The Free version is great and if you are tech-savvy the paid version offers a lot.
BillGuard has two goals: to make sure you completely understand your spending habits and to protect your cards from fraud and unauthorized transactions. This app syncs your bank accounts and then brings up your total balance and the amount you spent this month.
Fudget: This no-frills, list interface is best for folks who have a handle on their finances but want an easy space to keep organized. Good for tracking short-term budgets for the holidays, vacation or for tracking work expenses. Moreover, you might benefit from using the best receipt app in conjunction with this.
Mint.com This popular app gives you all the tools you need to manage your earnings, spending, saving, and budgeting. It syncs up all your accounts, from bank accounts and mutual funds to your 401(k) or IRA.
Pepperplate organizes your recipe collection, plans meals based on your recipes, creates shopping lists, and helps you cook the recipes you want to try.
Timer+ is a simple free timer app that can run multiple countdowns at the same time. That means you can have a timer for your turkey, stuffing, side dishes and pie running simultaneously to keep your cooking on track.
Ziplist is a grocery shopping list organizer, recipe organizer, and meal planner. The focus of the app is on grocery lists and organizing your weekly shopping, but don’t count out its meal planning features.
Relax Melodies, Buddhify, Meditation Timer Pro, Take A Break, and The Mindfulness App.
Google Maps & City Maps2 Go for detailed map information.
WalkJogRun if you are looking for safe routes for exercise;
Flight Track Pro lets’ you find your flight information easily.
Travel List helps you create checklists for your travel.
Pocket first aid and CPR and ICE apps self-explanatory
Vietnam Veterans of America supports Veterans (my husband is one!) and hauls away your stuff. It’s a win win! http://www.scheduleapickup.com
Supports local animal charities in the Raleigh area: https://animalkind.org
We adopted Athena from here: https://www.safehavenforcats.org
Cat charity in Raleigh: http://www.calvinspaws.com
Six great steps: http://www.ecocycle.org/junkmail
Another great article: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0262-stopping-unsolicited-mail-phone-calls-and-email
If you receive a lot from charities: http://www.give.org/for-donors/about-specific-giving-guidance/charity-mailing-list-removal/
Check out your local shelter! Adopt Don’t Shop. Some charities across the country I really like:
ECO- FRIENDLY DECLUTTERING RESOURCES
Produce, lawn: http://biobagusa.com
Reusable lunch bags: http://www.reuseit.com/reusable-lunch-boxes-and-lunch-bags.htm
Don’t want to hold onto that thick manual? It s probably here http://manualsonline.com
Don’t be embarrassed! Call Julie Coraccio at 919.559.3925 to set up a free 15-minute phone consultation to learn how she can support you. Julie is available to consult with you via Phone, FaceTime, Skype, or Zoom.