There is literally always something that needs to get done—whether it’s work, home, children, husband, family members, we are always being pulled in every direction when it’s time to get sh*t done!

Sometimes it can feel almost impossible when there’s only one you and it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to tackle it all. Organizing all of your necessary tasks and keeping up with your daily responsibilities can be extremely difficult, but luckily for you there are so many different apps that can be used to simply help you tackle those tasks.

Difficult? Yes. Impossible? Not for a Boss Woman! Take a look at five daily checklist apps and to-do list apps to help you get more work done and stay on top of your game.

1. Teamweek

If you are wanting a modern daily checklist app that includes several features, widgets and gadgets, then Teamweek is for you! This app allows its users to create new tasks with very specific details, deadlines, notes, and step-by-steps to ensure each task is successfully completed. Teamweek is free to its users for a team up to five people and includes affordable options for teams larger than five. Keeping track of your weekly projects has never been made easier than with Teamweek!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Evernote

Evernote is an organizational app that encompasses numerous uses. The app includes note taking capabilities and allows its users to create various tasks which gives them the option of including videos, images, and other checklist attachments. Users can also sync their tasks to an entire team in order to keep everyone on their team in the loop and on the same page.

3. Wunderlist

For any entrepreneur, setting reminders is the ultimate lifesaver. Luckily, Wunderlist has made it extremely simple and easy to do. Setting reminders and to-do lists with deadlines and assignments is what Wunderlist is all about. Wunderlist allows its users to collaborate with a team through its features to make sure key details are never left out. Users can also incorporate the user of searchable hashtags and specific projects. And if you aren’t an Apple user, no worries, Wunderlist is also for Android, Kindle Fire and your Apple Watch!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Any.do

Get your life under control with Any.do. Specifically designed with simplicity in mind, any.do offers two main features: a to do-list and a calendar. Both of these prominent features allows tasks to be scheduled as well as list sharing. Users also have the option of syncing their app with Google Calendar, Exchange or iCloud—organization made easy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. WeDo

WeDo is definitely next level! Not only does this app help you create tasks for your to-do list, it also helps you form and develop habits! Users can personalize and make lists using various themes and emojis to share with their friends, family, and even coworkers. And that’s not all! If you’re a student, WeDo allows you to arrange due dates and reminders for every single assignment which can be activated when you upload your syllabus to the app. Hope on now to WeDo and access all their latest features!

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