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Organising your life using the Tody app

Do you feel like you’re constantly trying to organise your life? I’m sure we have all been there, I know I certainly have. I used to go round in a circle, where for a few weeks my life was perfectly organised. I was working from to-do lists and was on top of it. But then something would come along, those to-do lists would go out of the window and I wouldn’t even know where to start again. If this is you, I have sometime that I think will help. This post isn’t sponsored in any way, I simply just want to share with you an app which has completely changed my life.

Tody app logo with blue background

Introducing the Tody app

The Tody app was created to allow users to create smarter to-do lists for easier cleaning routines. Its available on both iOS and Android devices and having used both versions, I can safely say it works well. Tody uses an indicator method which puts you in control of your cleaning routines. These indicators allow you to gain flexibility where you only need to clean the things that actually need doing. The app is customisable so that it fits in with your home and needs.

My Thoughts

I have been using the Tody app for over a year now and still refer to it everyday. It is really easy to use and is great for tailoring it to your needs. I’ve been able to regain control of my home and have been more motivated to stay on top of household tasks. The indicator system means that I can easily see which areas I need make a priority to work on.

The great thing about the Tody app is you don’t have to just use it for cleaning. I have a Kelly & Andy section where I can put other personal reminders such as when my hair needs dying. I even have a section for my dog Trixie which includes things like her jabs, flee treatment and health checks.

Overall my life has become so much more organised and in term, I’m a lot less stressed. I wake up each morning and check what I need to ideally complete that day. If I have a spare five minutes, such as when I’m waiting for the kettle to boil, I’ll refer back to the Tody app. If this sounds like something you could benefit from, I’d definitely recommend giving this app a try yourself. I use the free version and it works perfectly for what I need it to, although there are other benefits if you choose to upgrade to the premium version.

I’d love to know if you download the app and what you think of it, so leave me a comment down below.

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46 thoughts on “Organising your life using the Tody app

  1. Thank you for sharing this, I’ve never really thought of using a productivity app but this is a great suggestion and I think sometimes people need a push to be organised and productive x

  2. This sounds so helpful, thank you for opening my eyes to this app! I usually use a written diary but this sounds so much easier, also I appreciate there’s a free version too before you go all out so Defo going to give it a go! Thank you!

  3. This is such like a great way to stay on top of things Kelly! I usually make written lists, but this sounds like a great switch to save on paper and also have it on the go! Will give this a go! Thanks for sharing

  4. This sounds like a great idea. I used to have an app for Christmas planning and found that really helpful so I can see the benefit of this.

    Will check it out, thanks for sharing x

  5. Oooh there’s nothing I love more than a good app recommendation and this one looks so helpful! I love things that can help keep me organised and make life easier and this looks like just the ticket! Thanks for sharing!

  6. This sounds like such a good app! I’m always trying to find things to help me be more organised so I might have to give it a go! Thanks for sharing!

  7. This sounds amazing! Can you have two apps refer off the same to do list? I.e. myself and my boyf so we can make sure we keep on top of bills & cleaning etc?

    Katie | katieemmabeaurty.com

  8. This looks really interesting. I’ve never heard of Tody but I am in love with using apps and lists to keep my life organized. I’m going to have to check it out. I use organizational apps for almost every area of my life, but housework is the one area that I’ll admit I slack on a bit on that front – Occasionally I will add tasks to my daily to-do lists, but more often than not it’s just me fitting in cleaning whatever I recognize needs to be done when I have free time.

  9. I’ve never heard of Tody but I do use Trello – both for work and for my blog because I can sync phone and laptop and it makes life so much easier. Will take a look at Tody though, thank you!

  10. I’ve never used a productivity app before. Maybe it’s time I upgrade from sticky notes and calendar reminders.

  11. Oo, I am a lover of lists that help me stay on track with everything from cooking to cleaning and this app sounds amazing! I love the visual examples you share and that Tody offers both a free and paid version; I usually find the free versions of apps work for me too. 🙂

  12. Interesting Kelly! I’ve never heard of the tody app. I am not real pleased with the todo app I’m using now though, so maybe I’ll check this one out. Thanks for the recommendation!

  13. Such an interesting post – I’ve not heard of the Tody app before but am sure that it will be very helpful to others. Sounds like a great app to use to help you stay organised and for measuring productivity too!

  14. Great post! I’ve been struggling to organize my day effectively, especially after getting back into blogging. I’ll be looking into this app. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Great post, I actually downloaded the app and tested it out and it seems really helpful. Definitely gonna need to some extra organizing in my life for the new school semester. Thanks for sharing!

  16. I love apps like these! I’ll make sure to download it now. Thank you for suggesting this, it will help me out a lot.

  17. Wow, I’ve used a few productivity apps in the past but haven’t been able to stick to them. This one sounds amazing so I’ll have to give it a try with my husband! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. 🙂

  18. Wow, this app sounds great in helping people stay super organized. I’m so good at organizing the bigger things in my life but only now starting to organize daily/weekly things! Thanks for sharing. I’ll add Tody to the list of apps to check out x

    http://www.lynnmumbingmejia.com

  19. Wow, I’ve never heard of Tody app before. I’m still learning to be really good with my organization skills but it’s still a very far goal lol. I have a habit of listing my goals in my mind only and not so much on putting it on paper, let alone on an app (I don’t want to always look at my phone) but as for your review, I think it can change my life so we’ll see! Thanks for sharing!

    http://www.lifebeginsattwenty.com

  20. I haven’t ever heard of this app before but what a great idea to help you stay organised. I like that you can customise it and add personal reminders. I haven’t tried any digital planners or apps like this before. But I have thought about using Google Planner alongside my paper planner and my bullet journal. Look out for something I am releasing in a few months as it sounds like it might be for you. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this app.

    Lauren http://www.bournemouthgirl.com

  21. I never used any productivity app, but as it can be customized, sounds like a great feature. I will check this out. Thanks, Kelly for sharing this App.

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