3. Use Google’s calendar. Google’s calendar is a great way for tracking projects, deadlines, project length, and so on. You have to have a gmail account to use the calendar, which I highly recommend as I think gmail is much better for Spam and storage space than Yahoo! mail. Plus, you can also share your calendars with others working on the project, clients and family members (if they also have a gmail account). The Google calendar has great features, and you can even upload a favorite photo or image for the calendar background.
4. Opt for an online task manager. There are many good options on the Internet, including: www.wunderlist.com (my fave), www.todoist.com and www.hitask.com. Do a Google or Bing search for “online task manager” to find the one that works for you. This is a great option to use, but have a back-up plan for when unforeseen things like power outages happen and you don’t have access to your online tasks.