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Lazy Meter

Posted By Amanda On July 15, 2012 @ 12:00 PM In Cool Sites | Comments Disabled

I am a list maker. I make lists for everything – chores, hobbies, activities, bills, shopping, etc. While this usually makes me a very organized person, on occasion it has a tendency to backfire when I get a little overzealous. So to prevent myself from being overwhelmed by my summer to-do list, I went looking for sites that helped manage such lists. I found Lazy Meter – it lets you finish a to-do list every day because you can reschedule the tasks you didn’t get to today (if you’re like me and have written a list that should keep you busy all summer, it’s a blessing to be able to still feel like you completed a goal). 

I’d suggest you start your visit by clicking Tour – this will take you to the introduction where you’ll find a video that explains how the site works. From there, you’ll click Focus your energy, where you’ll learn how the Save, Plan, and Focus buttons work. Next up is Make Progress, which explains about checking things off your list or pausing them for a later date. Last is Celebrate, where they talk about checking off the last thing on your list and feeling the satisfaction of having  accomplished your goals for the day. 

Sound like the to-do list for you? Well then, click the Sign Up button and fill out the form with a username, working e-mail address, and create a password – then select your timezone and click the Register button.  It will setup your account and then walk you through a cute tutorial of how it works. You have to complete the tasks on your to-do list (learn to use the site, authenticate your account, and empty the playlist) before you can get started creating your own.

You can also find more tips on how to use the site in the Getting Started Guide [1]

This is a great site to help you stay organized, and prevent you from being overwhelmed. Check it out today!

http://www.lazymeter.com/ [2]

~Amanda


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[1] Getting Started Guide: http://lazymeter.com/getting-started

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