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Great Apps for Home Management

Running a household is almost like running a small business. You need to take care of doing household chores, creating grocery shopping lists, managing bills and finances, and so much more.


Here are some free but great apps to help you with home management.


BrightNest (Free)

Available on iOS and Android

BrightNest will help you tackle important home tasks with easy-to-follow instructions, a personal schedule and helpful reminders. From basic maintenance to household chores tricks to home decor ideas, BrightNest delivers everything you need to shape up your home and simplify your life.


Wally (Free)

Available on iOS and Android

Wally is an excellent finance manager that lets you set savings targets, spending budget, and income. You can also easily create expenses, track money saved, and view detailed infographics of your financial reports.


Bills Monitor (Free)

Available on iOS only

Never get charged for late fees again! Bills Monitor is designed to manage all kinds of your bills. Log your bills in this app, you can track or check them from time to time conveniently, also it will remind you to pay your bill after setting its reminding days. Bills Reminder is a free Android alternative for this app.


FoodPanda (Free)

Available on iOS and Android

Don’t have time to cook for dinner? Get food delivery choices all in one app! Food Panda uses current location to generate a list of restaurants that can deliver right on your doorstep. You can even pick the cuisines, specific food items (i.e. cheeseburger), and much more.


TripIt (Free)

Available on iOS and Android

Planning trips can be challenging. TripIt instantly organizes all your travel plans in one place. Simply forward your confirmation emails to plans@tripit.com. Instantly, TripIt will create a master itinerary for each of your trips with all your travel details in one place. And you can access them anytime, anywhere—for free.


PackPoint (Free)

Available on iOS and Android

PackPoint is an intelligent packing app and packing list builder for travelers. PackPoint will tell you what you need to pack based on length of travel, weather at your destination, and any activities planned during your trip. Key in the city you're traveling to, the departure date, and the number of nights you'll be staying there. If you’re using TripIt, you may want to avail of the $0.99 upgrade on PackPoint to seamlessly connect both services.


Pinterest (Free)

Available on iOS and Android

Pinterest is a great platform for finding inspiration for just about anything, but it is exceptionally useful in gathering ideas for home decor, housekeeping, home organization, redesign, nifty tools and tricks, and many, many more.

What is your parenting style?

Your child comes home from school with a star on his hand because he was able to write down his nickname without any guidance from the teacher. How does this make you feel (Choose 1)?

Confident that you were able to teach him at home without much external support.

Proud that your child can now progress to writing his complete name soon.

Happy that the writing techniques you learned online and taught your child worked.

Relieved that your child was able to do the task without much effort.

Reassured that your child is able to start writing his own name at his current age.

Excited to take your child to the toy store to get his reward for a good job.

Please choose your answer.

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