Spring Cleaning Mobile Apps

03182016 Spring Cleaning Mobile Apps

Continuing our spring cleaning series, today we are featuring the top spring cleaning mobile apps. Culling through the Internet, I have found 12 mobile cleaning apps from four articles that are worth your time.

New York Times

Two days ago, the New York Times, published an articles detailing its top spring cleaning mobile apps. Here are my top 4

Name Function App Software
Cleaning Checklist Auto-populate cleaning checklists for your home Apple
Wanderlust To-do list and task management Apple, Android
Cozi To-do list and calendar app aimed at families and groups Apple, Android
Evernote Scannable Digitize old documents Apple
Genius Scan Digitize old documents Apple, Android

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/17/technology/personaltech/checklists-and-tips-to-help-streamline-spring-cleaning.html?_r=0

 

MakeUseOf (For Android Users Only)

Name Function App Software
Good Housekeeping Home All the tips and tricks from the magazine Android
Clutter Rescue Mobile app for the Clutter Rescue site. Users gain access to site’s videos and how-to articles. Android

Source: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/rescue-your-house-from-clutter-and-grime-using-these-android-housekeeping-apps/

 

Coit

Name Function App Software
 HomeRecruiters Organizes cleaning tasks into particular times of the day Apple
SimplyUs Good app for couples who clean together Apple

Source: http://www.coit.com/blog/fantastic-cleaning-apps-for-iphone-and-android

 

HuffingtonPost

Name Function App Software
Spring Cleaning Checklist ·         Helps create checklists for every room of your house.

·         Gives you tips for organizing family spring cleaning days

·         Includes videos

Android
ChoreBank ·         Kids help with chores

·         Setting up a chore list

·         Assign monetary value to each chore

·         Know when a chore has been completed

·         Make deposits into your child’s account.

Apple

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/saudia-davis/best-spring-cleaning-apps_b_6904928.html

For more on this series, below are the two preceding spring cleaning articles:

Spring cleaning: http://positivitychange.com/2016/03/this-week-in-positive-change-management-spring-cleaning/

5 Areas in Need of Spring Cleaning: http://positivitychange.com/2016/03/week-pcm-5-areas-need-spring-cleaning/

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Positive Change with Carla Radio Reset to Refresh

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Click here to read the original article via http://carlarjenkins.com/ : http://bit.ly/1Pi2DV1

How do you know when it’s time to hit the reset button? What do you do when you are literally sick and tired of being sick and tired? This episode provides you with three steps towards refreshing yourself to avoid burnout. Thursday at 6pm EST/ 3pm PST, listen to an all-new episode Positive Change with Carla. Click on the link to listen live:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/missphenomena/2016/02/04/reset-to-refresh

You can listen all Positive Change with Carla archival episodes here:

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New Positive Change with Carla airing this Tuesday on Blogtalkradio

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Per www.carlarjenkins.com, Project Management Mondays will air Tuesday, January 19, 2016 due to the Dr. Martin Luther King holiday. The two topics this broadcast will discuss are new 2016 PMP exam changes and PMBOK 4.2 developing project management plan. Check out the Project Management Institute’s link here: http://www.pmi.org/certification/exam-changes/pmp.aspx. Check out the Blogtalkradio show link here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/missphenomena/2016/01/19/new-2016-pmp-exam-changes-and-pmbok-42-developing-project-management-plan

Project Management Mondays Coming to Positive Change with Carla Radio

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I am happy to announce courtesy of http://carlarjenkins.com/ that I will debut the Project Management Mondays radio series on Positive Change with Carla. The debut show will air Monday, January 11, 2015 at 6pm. The inaugural episode will cover developing the project charter and my journey towards becoming a Project Management Professionally-certified manager. Check out my show link here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/missphenomena/2016/01/11/developing-project-charter-and-my-journey-to-pmp

This Week in Positive Change Management: Handling High-Visibility Projects as a Newbie

Follow these four tips towards handling high-visibility projects as a newbie.

  1. Be thankful that someone had entrusted you with this opportunity.

This is a positive change event. Instead of being overwhelmed, be happy to view this as a chance to prove yourself in the marketplace and increase your professional credibility and visibility. Taking this more optimistic viewpoint enables you to devise an approach towards capitalized upon this new assignment.

 

  1. Conduct project and personnel research

First review the project materials. You have to know what you are undertaking. Possessing familiarity with it lets you excel. Next, research the people. You can view their bios on the company Intranet or their LinkedIn profiles. It is essential to know your future colleagues’ personalities and previous work histories so that you can effectively create a staffing management plan to effectively execute the project.

 

  1. Create your own personal project schedule

Creating your own personal project schedule helps you envision it. You can also incorporate a what-if analysis covering any and every possibility because projects never go according to plan. These ready-made answers are necessary because management wants a definitive response regardless of how the people act and the project is going.

 

  1. Practice presenting your plan

Although you’ve never done it before, you are still the project leader and must exude confidence to your workers and management. Having these ready-made answers from your personal project schedule are necessary because management wants a definitive response regardless of how the people act and the project is going.

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Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Destiny Book Review

T.D. Jakes’ Destiny book is supposed to take off where Instinct left off but Destiny did more than that. Destiny supplied the blueprint towards taking full advantage of the window of opportunity is still open. My favorite part of the book is surviving the horror movie. Oftentimes in life, when you grow your former crew, they become zombies trying to repossess your soul and kill your dreams. I identify with this in my life. It can look like the Michael Jackson Thriller music video.

Bishop Jakes also discusses what happens after the horror movie and very few people delve into this transitional period once your destiny is realized. Jakes understands that the reader needs new skills to adapt to this new environment. His book Destiny masterfully guides you through the paradigm shift towards fulfilling you.

s.Bishop T.D. Jakes' Destiny Book Cover