Websites to Save Your Time and Energy

It’s clear that time is the most important commodity we have in life. Every second that goes by, time becomes more and more important because we have a finite amount of it. Yet, it seems that the more time goes by, the more we need to get done. It could be an ambitious project you’re taking on, making more time for your family, or maybe you want to learn a new language.
While we can never win back more time, there are apps and websites that can help you make the most out of your time, so you can achieve everything you want, without interrupting your busy schedule.
Here are 12 life-changing websites to save you more time and energy.
1.
Mailbox
Since launching on the App Store last February, to-do list style email client Mailbox enjoyed a remarkable year. The company’s unique approach to postponing emails in your inbox attracted hundreds of thousands of users to its waiting list.
Instead of letting the stress get to you by checking your emails, you can organize each you get into a different category of postponing it. This allows you to focus on the important ones that are urgent, and save the other ones to when you have more time.

2.
Uber
Uber, anyone? Say what you want about the lawsuits that Uber has been through, the convenience that Uber provides speaks for itself. Not to sound biased, we should also mention their well-known competitors: Lyft and Hailo, which provide the same service.
Uber has also spawned an entire industry of on-demand apps, and has even launched their own line of food delivery on-demand app, called UberEATS.

3.
Rype
If you’re a busy professional, with the desire to learn a popular language like Spanish, Rype is the answer for you.
Rype is built for the busy professional in mind, offering unlimited one-on-one lessons online (in Spanish only right now) with a professional language teacher. You can learn at any time of the day, whether it’s 6AM in the morning or 2AM at night, and take your lessons with you wherever you go (i.e. in the car, while you’re on a walk, or eating lunch).
You can book as many lessons you want with a dedicated coach to accelerate your skills. It’s like having 24/7 access to a personal trainer if your goal is to get in shape, but for learning a language.
If you’ve had an itch to learn Spanish in the past or recently, this may be your chance, because Rype is offering a 14-day free trial for a limited time only. Take a look at how easy booking is.

4.
Spritz
Knowledge equals power. Today, there is enough information that you can learn from books, papers, or articles to find just about every answer you need to solve your problems.
The big problem for most of us is lack of time or the speed at which we absorb information. Spritz allows you to do the latter. At the moment, it’s just for articles online, and is an extension you can plug-in to your browsers.

5.
Wunderlist
Do you have a to-do list that gets bigger the more you get done? The trick is to organize your to-do list in to several different categories, instead of one long list. Wunderlist helps you do this. I personally use this free app to organize my to-do list into work, personal, business, and several other categories, so I can save myself a lot of time focusing on what I need to get done.
It’s also a great tool if you’re collaborating with someone else on tasks that needs to get done.

6.
Mint.com
Most of us get the importance of taking care of our budgets and expenses, but how many of us actually do it?
Back in the old days, you would have had to put down every single expense on to your Excel spreadsheet, but not anymore with Mint. This free app integrates your bank account with their software, allowing you to automatically track your income and expenses, then it lays it out for you into a visual chart to see.

7.
Quora
Ever had a burning question on your mind, but didn’t know where to find it? Chances are, you can find it on Quora. What separates Quora from the rest of the pack is quality. They’ve been able to attract some of the top experts, influencers, and even celebrities to join the conversation, and answer question directly about them.
For example, if you want to know what companies Ashton Kutcher invested in as a Venture Capitalist, there’s a good chance that Ashton himself will be able to answer that for you.

8.
Scribd
If you’re a fan of Netflix and books, then you’ll love Scribd. This app offers unlimited access to books for a flat price of $8.99/month, allowing you to access hundreds of thousands of books on your desktop, mobile, or tablet.
This helps you save time going to the library, book store, or even Amazon to browse through each available book. However, Scribd is limited in its quantity of books, unlike Amazon, so you may run into several books that Scribd does not currently hold.

9.
Flipboard
Flipboard is your personal curator for articles online. If you love reading articles, but dread the idea of searching for the best ones online, give this time-saving app a try. They have a version for your mobile, tablet, and desktop, making it easy for you to access curated articles on-the-go.

10.
LastPass
If you’re like most people, you’ve got multiple passwords (or very similar passwords) for different accounts. With the abundance of apps online, it’s a hassle having to record every single one of them. Lastpass cures this problem for you by automatically recording all of your forgotten passwords.
All you have to do is download an extension on your browser, and voila! You’ll never forget your password again.

11.
Audible
Are you more of a listener than a reader? Or maybe you just want to do more than one thing at once. Audible is a platform for audiobooks (by Amazon), that has hundreds of thousands of audiobooks on-demand. You can save yourself even more time by listening to each book at 1.5 – 2x speed, which is just fast enough to listen without losing comprehension.

12.
Calendly
Calendly is a powerful scheduling tool that sends automatic reminders for your invitees. If you schedule a lot of meetings (particularly online), then this is one worth checking out. You get your very own calendly link when you sign up, and you can sync your events onto your calendar, so you’ll never forget another meeting again. n

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