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Best websites to keep you organized

With these websites you can create checklists and to do lists. You can even arrange to have e-mails or text messages bombard you, or perhaps your children, with timely reminders.

Chorebuster.net helps you create a family chore list, based on the difficulty of the tasks and the level of work each person can handle. The site sends e-mails to all concerned and even switches the schedule every week, “eliminating the need for a chore assigner to be the bad guy.”

Organizedhome.com/printable
is perfect for those who live by a to-do list. This site offers printouts of more than 170 kinds of planning sheets, including meal-plan calendars, templates for recording your kids’ favorite dishes, and even checklists to “make planning a birthday party less of a headache.”

Rememberthemilk.com assists the extremely forgetful in living a busy life by keeping track of their calendar and then “bombarding” them with instant messages, e-mails, or even text messages—so they never forget a thing.

Source: The Washington Post

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