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3 ways to use your mobile phone to organize your new year

A new year has begun urging us to change for the better, which is why we are preparing a list of the most important goals that we want to achieve every year. 

For the Babylonians, the New Year was about returning borrowed items and repaying their debts; for the Romans, it was about making vows to Janus, the god of beginnings and time; and for medieval knights, it was about reaffirming their commitment to chivalry. Today, it's mostly about pledging to change into a better version of yourself.

So, if you are someone who is often late and forgets tasks and appointments, these are probably the first things on your list of traits you would like to change during the new year. If so, you don't have to worry about not being able to deliver on your promise because you already have the right tool to help achieve your goal – your smartphone.

Your smartphone offers you more than just an Internet connection Orange lines offers and billsIt also contains tools that help you stick to appointments and tasks that you need to complete. Here are 3 ways you can use your mobile phone to stay organized during the new year:

Create a to-do list

To-do lists have always been in use since time immemorial. Smartphones have helped to-do lists evolve into a more user-friendly and more organized tool for your time.

Most mobile devices today are equipped with a default notepad pre-installed on the phone which you can turn into a to-do list by simply changing the settings. Some also allow you to check items off the list once they've been done (this doesn't mean they've been removed, just marked as done).

Of course, you can also take advantage of some of the apps available for download. Some of these features allow for more than just writing and marking items within a list – they also have a reminder function and allow syncing with your phone's calendar and other devices when used from the same account.

Add your upcoming trips to the calendar

Gone are the days when people wrote down their upcoming trips on paper. Now, you can easily write down your planned trips and keep track of the tasks you need to do on your smartphone.

However, calendars aren't the only thing you can use to plan your trips on your phone. You can also use maps and online booking apps. This way, you can book a hotel room, book an airline ticket, or create a complete itinerary for your trip, whether business or leisure – all with just a few taps on your smartphone.

Organize your financial resources

Many people promise to be more organized and wise in managing their finances during New Year's Eve, but they break their promise the moment they see sales in their favorite stores and shops. This can be easily addressed if you have a cash flow monitoring app on your mobile device, as it lets you know whether or not you can afford that product or whether you can eat at your favorite restaurant or have to go home and prepare the food yourself.

If you are not worried about financial stability but are tired of carrying large sums of cash or too many credit and debit cards in your wallet, some banks provide access to easy payment options through mobile applications. These payment applications allow you to pay for your purchases without the need for paper bills and plastic cards. All you have to do is store your bank or card information on your device and then the sensor scans it to make payments.

Khaled Taha

A tech writer, technology enthusiast, and a good follower of what's new in the smartphone world. I have been working in the field of electronic journalism since 2013 and until now, I have worked in many technical sites and I am currently working on the website (Review Plus).
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