These days it seems that the demands on a mother have only increased. Mothers are one of the busiest people in the world. Trying to balance your career, schooling, and family can be really tough. Whether you’re a Pharmacy Tech or a stay-at-home mom, it’s good to have little things that help the day go smoother. There’s a bunch of apps on the market that you can download to a Smartphone that can make a mother’s day a lot more organized and a lot less hectic.
This is one way you can cut a lot of time and money out of your little trips to the grocery store. With this app you can buy and play far more effectively than with a simple little grocery list. Grocery IQ allows moms, and dads for that matter, to create lists and are sorted by category and then check the items off as you move through the store. There’s a cool feature to the app that allows you to scan the barcode on any item in the store and your phone will automatically add the item to the list. You can do this even if you don’t want to buy it right there. Save it for later during your next trip to the store and what’s better is that it’s absolutely free. Newer features include recipe, coupons, and other updates to make mom’s life easier.
If either you’re new to motherhood or this isn’t your first child, BabyTracker is a helpful tool even to the most experience mother. When a newborn comes into your life there a lot to keep track of. BabyTracker costs $1.99 and allows you to keep notes on things like potty, sleeping, eating, and other habits that you need to keep track of. If it’s hard to remember when the last or next feeding is, BabyTracker will be that helpful tool that reminds you so you don’t take the chance of missing anything.
AllRecipes.com Dinner Spinner:
Deciding on what to have for dinner every night is a pain. If you’re the one who always has to figure out what the family’s going to have for supper night after night, the AllRecipes.com Dinner Spinner is going to be a great friend. It’s a user-generated recipe site. All you do is select what type of meal you’re looking for, use a main ingredient and time frame that is available for completion and there you go. The app will come up with a recipe for you so you don’t have to deal with having your family’s dinnertime get stuck in a rut.
There are many other apps out there for mothers, any anyone else for that matter that need help managing the chaos of everyday life. These are just some suggestions and if these aren’t helpful to you, then the chances are that there is an app for you. There’s an app for practically everything these day so give it a try.
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