A few weeks ago, I told you about a great program that I use on my computer: Post it Notes. I received some great feedback from members telling me how they began using this and it has helped them to keep track of things they need to do.
This week, I have found another program on the internet to help remember. This service not only lets you send reminders to yourself, but you can send them to your spouse, your children, your co-workers or anyone else.
It is called Memo To Me.
There are two versions, the free version and the “platinum” version. For the platinum version, you get to set the price you want to pay each year.
This is how it works:
The Free Version:
This version allows you to send email reminders to yourself, other people and groups of people. You simply add their email addresses and send reminders about upcoming events, meetings or get togethers. The free version will include ads in the reminders in order for the service to remain free.
The Platinum Version:
This version can do all of the reminders above, without ads, plus can send your emails to your cell phone as well as send reminders to your cell phone. (Remember, you will pay for minutes/texts according to your cell phone agreement.) For this service, they ask you to name an amount you are willing to pay annually. This is the fee that you will pay.
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Eileen Bailey is a freelance health writer. She is the author of What Went Right: Reframe Your Thinking for a Happier Now, Idiot’s Guide to Adult ADHD, Idiot’s Guide to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Essential Guide to Overcoming Obsessive Love, and Essential Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome. She can be found on Twitter @eileenmbailey and on Facebook at eileenmbailey.