Forget about forgetting important information ever again!


Digital Storage for All of Life's Information

Look around your house. Are you seeing stacks of papers that you keep meaning to go through? Boxes and files bulging with stuff you put there for safe-keeping, but couldn’t find what you need if your life depended on it. Don’t worry, we won’t judge, it’s the exact overload we were facing that made us think there has to be a better way.
Wouldn’t be amazing if you could store information you needed to remember in one place and more importantly, find it instantly, anytime, from anywhere. Good news! It exists, and it is a total game-changer.
Evernote is a website, a free app, and an extension that builds functionality into tons of programs you already use. If you can email it, scan it, type it, snap it, record it, or find it on the internet you can keep track of it all with Evernote.
You won’t believe how simple it is to use- watch the video then forget about forgetting important information ever again!

What do you think?

I think I'm in love!! I've told you about the new service that I've been using, AboutOne, and how it is SO incredibly helpful-- It allows me to scan all my important papers, and put them in one big online filing cabinet, so I can always have access to what I need, since you can use it right from your Smart Phone. I've added all of the kids immunizations, report cards, and more.
But what I'm really loving about Evernote {I don't know how I'd never heard of them before!} is that it has the little "clipping" tool, which reminds me of Pinterest. I love that I can use that to save articles that I'd like to reference, recipes I'd like to try, or great resources that I know I'll want to use again. So helpful!
In the past I've relied on my cellphone to be my other "brain". Seriously. I'm so bombarded with info every day, and since having the baby I have a hard time remembering everything. I would use the Memo, List, and Calendar in my phone for EVERYTHING. And like Carley, I often take pics of things to remember them! Problem is, if something happens to my phone {and you know it always does} then I've lost all of my stuff. And that my friends, is major-meltdown time.
How great is it to be able to store everything using my phone, but it's all online, so I can still access it?? Love it! Thank you Evernote, from all of the over-worked, over-tired, over-frazzled momma's out here, for making life a little bit simpler. And a BIG thank you to Digitwirl for sharing this great find!
What do you guys think? Do you use Evernote already? Do you think you'll start? Are you using AboutOne too, like me? I think I'll keep that one too, for my big documents, and use Evernote for my more miscellaneous stuff. I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Digitwirl is the weekly web show that offers simple solutions to modern day problems. In 3 minutes, Digitwirl brings busy women the very best time, money, and sanity-saving technology, and then teaches them how to use it, step-by-step.
Digitwirl was created by technology lifestyle expert Carley Knobloch, who uses lots of technology to manage her busy life as mom of two and entrepreneur.
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