Google Keep is Google’s note-taking app, introduced in March 2013. It’s similar to apps like Evernote and One Note. Each of these kinds of apps has their own strengths and weaknesses, of course. I like to use a mixture of them in ways that work best. In this post, I’ll be writing about how I …
I have been using Google Keep as the ultimate free To-Do List App. I love that this free app is easy to integrate with others. I have Google Keep integrated with other free apps such as Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Calendar, and Google Maps.
Keep is often billed as being like Evernote. I use both Evernote and Keep, yet in different ways. You can read more about how I use Evernote in my posts about it here.
I prefer to use Keep for smaller projects, particularly relating to my household and family life. This keeps my professional and personal life a little more separated and distraction free.
Manage Smaller Projects with Google Keep
Read more in my posts below how I use Google Keep to keep my smaller projects and household to-do lists streamlined. You’ll learn in the posts below how I use Keep with other apps like Google Drive, Docs, Calendar, and Maps. You’re going to love it.
Keep an eye out for my upcoming ebook on using Google products to keep your family life organized.
I’ve found that using Google Keep, synced with Google Drive and Calendar, allows me to easily sort and organize my recipes, menu planning, and shopping lists. Let me tell you how. The Basics of Google Keep and Google Drive Recipe Archiving I already use Pinterest to pin recipes I want to try. I think most …
Learning how to manage time effectively is crucial to getting anything done. This is true in any line of work. It’s even more true when working from home. Here are some tips on how to manage time effectively when working from home. Beware of Your Time Leeches The biggest time management issue most of us …