These are a Few of My Favorite Apps (Part 1)

March 13th, 2015 Posted by Uncategorized 4 comments on “These are a Few of My Favorite Apps (Part 1)”

Rhonda and I were having lunch at Olive Garden with some dear friends in that special week between Christmas and New Year’s. While the girls talked shopping and grandkids and upcoming trips, we guys got to talking about our favorite “apps.” While there was some overlap on our app lists, we were happy to pick up some new and helpful ones that are already proving to be very useful.


Far and away, this is my favorite app of all time. One of Wax Family Printing’s incredible designers, Fernando Greenetumblr_inline_njd188Tfr71r49u1b, recommended this app to me. Wow…that’s about all I can say. I use the 1Password app every single day. What’s it do? Well, it’s the one safe place I keep all my logins and usernames and passwords and all other information I need to keep safe and sound. As it’s name would suggest, it’s all kept safe behind just one password. My life got a lot easier and much more secure when Fernando turned me onto this little gem! 1Password gives you the security you need in today’s online world without slowing you down. The app increases your security with strong, unique passwords for all your accounts and keeps all of your important information encrypted and secure

Nozbe NozbeCoupon
Michael Hyatt recommended Nozbe; that’s how I first found about this very helpful productivity tool. I was a bit skeptical at first, but the free trial lured me in. After exploring this cool app for about a month, I was completely sold. This app is all about helping you become more productive. Start with the FREE 10 Steps to Ultimate Productivity course.

And when you’re ready to go the Nozbe route, check out the 10% off coupon code. Just use this referral link. Save money and be more productive! What could be better? Nozbe utilizes David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” method, and it works. Like to make lists? Nozbe will take your list-making to the next level; Nozbe helps you become a professional “list-doer!”


Since I use 1Password for all my valuable logins, usernames and passwords, what do I use to keep all my valuable documents? Evernote. I have organized my life into notebooks (the primary categorization of Evernote). Now, with Evernote, I can find everything I needScannable-ios-app-icon fast. Evernote is also good for sharing documents with individuals and/or teams. Recently I found another app that automatically connects with Evernote so that I can file my scans in the right notebooks on the spot (amazing!). The name of this app for the Evernote app is Scannable. Evernote’s powerful search feature makes everything I’ve collected easy to find.

What are some of your favorite apps?

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4 comments on “These are a Few of My Favorite Apps (Part 1)”

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