4 Tools to Help You Get Organized

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Is checking in with your syllabus, Blackboard, or Canvas account every day to stay organized not cutting it?Time management and organization is the number one place I see students struggle during college. The demands of lief, school, and extra curricular can be a lot to keep up with, but most students struggle not because they are too busy, but because they have poor time management and organization systems in place.

Today I’m sharing 4 of my favorite tools to help you keep up with your daily work load and managing large project. I’m sharing 4 because we all work a little differently. There is no right way to get things done, the trick if finding a routine or system that you can maintain long term.

Image of Collegehood Advice podcast host, Katy Oliveira, getting her week organized on a porch in Austin, Tx.

What We Cover in This Episode:

  • How to Use Online Project Management Systems Like Trello and Asana.

  • How a planner app like Chipper can help you manage your tasks easily in one place.

  • Why using Google Calendar now will prepare you for your future professional job.

  • Why digital organizational tools aren’t for everyone, and my favorite analog way to stay organized.

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And now a word from this week’s sponsor…

Thank you to Chipper, the free student planner app, for sponsoring today’s episode.

You just found your new favorite organizer app. Chipper is a schedule planner, homework tracker, and to-do list all in one, and it was designed for busy students like you. Download it free at GetChipper.com