10 Apps For The On-The-Go Woman
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Many successful women are constantly hustling through the day with little time to relax. Conquering the day can be much easier with these 10 phone apps.
Too many times, I’ve gone through the Starbucks line, hoping that I’ll make it to work or class on time. The Starbucks app makes it extremely easy to pay and order ahead of time. All you have to do is load your credit card information into the app and reload the amount of money that you need. You can also order your food or drink ahead of time; perfect for women who need to grab and go.
Pocket is the perfect app for bookmarking any articles and posts that you want to view later. I love to scroll through news and social media posts while sitting in traffic or during lunch breaks, but don’t always have time to read through them all in detail. Pocket allows you to save these and view them later.
From the moment you get up in the morning, it’s vital to set the right tone with a music playlist. Spotify is free and has tons of music to choose from, allowing you to create your own playlists as well. Get pumped up for the day with your favorite songs.
It’s difficult to set up times for meetings, lunch dates, and hangouts with a large group of people. With Doodle, you can send everyone in your group a template to find out what time work best for them. This app is extremely convenient and efficient.
Between work, school, and maintaining a social life, you may not have time to run to the grocery store when you need to. With Instacart, you can have them delivered to your doorstep. You’ll be saving a huge block of time and energy in your day for other things.
Don’t have time to take the metro or don’t want to sit in traffic? Uber will become your best friend. All you have to do is put in your credit card information, put in your desired location, pick which kind of ride you want, and order it. You will most likely get a price estimate ahead of time as well, making it easy to determine if it’s worth it. If you want to save money, you can choose to share a ride with another passenger.
Evernote makes it easy to take notes and have them at your fingertips. You won’t have to worry about carrying around a notebook everywhere.
It’s too easy to blow money without thinking about your finances. Mint allows you to sync your bank accounts to the app, shows you where your money is going, and how to stretch it. It will provide tips to help you be more financially responsible and keep you on track.
Dropbox acts as one central hub for all of your important documents. This way, no matter where you are, you will have all of these ready to go and work on.
10) Microsoft Office
With Microsoft Office, you can create and edit your spreadsheets and files. The best part – you don’t need to lug around your laptop to do it.
Being an on-the-go woman can be extremely difficult, but remember that it leads to success. These 10 apps will serve as helpful tools in checking off every last thing on your to-do list and staying on top of your week.
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Jennifer Duplessie is a junior at Texas A&M University studying political science and communications. When she is not cramming for class in the library, she enjoys iced coffee, her over-sized Kate Spade agenda, yoga, and Fightin' Texas Aggie football.