There is a website called FutureMe.org where you can write yourself a letter and send it into the future. I have sent myself a letter the last two years and find it is a great way to set goals, etc., and see if I have met them. All you need to do is have an email address to send the letter to and the letter is delivered there. You choose what day/year you want the letter sent to you. It’s absolutely free. Also, it’s a neat thing for children to do as they can set goals and see how many they’ve accomplished the following year when they get their letter.
So, what are you waiting for? Go write yourself a letter… I’m going to work on mine tonight.
Now on to the post…
How many of you have made a resolution to more effectively organize your finances and/or life in general this year? I am guessing that quite a few of you are looking to improve your organizational methods, as I have received many emails in the last few days regarding this topic. As a result, I decided to put together a post with some organization tools to help you get started. Please feel free to mention other organizational tools that you are fond of in the comment section below.
* FREE Coupon Savings Tracker Spreadhsheet
Head over here to download this spreadsheet for free (available for Microsoft Excel 2003-2007, 2010 or Open Office). Just go in and enter the information from your receipts and you can keep track of how much you are saving and how much you are spending.
* FREE Management of Daily Deals
Head over to Couptivate where you can organize the deals you buy directly from deal sites like Groupon, LivingSocial and many more. Check out this post for more information.
* FREE Downloadable Organize Your Life & Goals Workbook ($19 value!)
Head over to the Facebook page of Michele Connolly, the Get Organized Wizard, “like” her, click on the “Free Workbook” tab, and then follow the directions.
* FREE Downloadable Savings Tracker
Head over to The Coupon Project where you can download the 2012 Savings Tracker which will enable you to see exactly how much you are saving each month and year-to-date; you’ll even be able to set a grocery budget for each month and track your spending against your budget! Choose from an Excel or Google version.
*FREE Downloadable Calendars, Meal Planners, To Do Lists, and More
Head over to MommyTracked.com where you can download lots of free (and super cute!) schedules, checklists and more to keep you organized in style!
* Consider joining FlyLady for FREE
Join FlyLady and you’ll receive daily FLYmail with lessons that will guide you through babysteps to help you set up routines, get rid of your clutter, and put your home and life in order.